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Mental Health Act 2007 No 8
Current version for 28 November 2018 to date (accessed 23 November 2019 at 12:17)
67   Appeals
(cf 1990 Act, s 151)
(1)  The affected person under a community treatment order made by the Tribunal may at any time appeal to the Court:
(a)  if the term of the order exceeds 6 months or no term is specified in the order, against the duration of the order, or
(b)  on any question of law or fact arising from the order or its making.
(2)  The affected person under a community treatment order made by a Magistrate may at any time appeal to the Tribunal:
(a)  if the term of the order exceeds 6 months or no term is specified in the order, against the duration of the order, or
(b)  on any question of law or fact arising from the order or its making.
(3)  The regulations may make provision for or with respect to appeals to the Tribunal under this section and the orders that may be made by the Tribunal in respect of any such appeal.