Guardianship is a form of community-based control of a person suffering from mental disorder but it does not authorise compulsory treatment or detention. It is only available for patients aged 16 and over. Most guardians are local authorities. To identify the responsible local authority for a guardianship patient, see section 34. Guidance about planning, applying […]
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