An order made on the ground that the nearest relative of the patient1 unreasonably objects to the making of an application for admission for treatment or a guardianship application in respect of the patient2, or that the nearest relative of the patient has exercised without due regard to the welfare of the patient or the interests of the public his power to discharge the patient under Part 2 of the Mental Health Act 1983, or is likely to do so3, must unless previously discharged4 cease to have effect under the following circumstances5.
If on the date of the order the
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