A person is also authorised to give relevant treatment1 to a patient2 if the following conditions are met3.
The first condition is that, when giving the treatment, the person reasonably believes that the patient lacks capacity to consent to it or, as the case may be, is not competent to consent to it4.
The second condition is that the treatment is immediately necessary5.
The third condition is that if it is necessary to use force against the patient in order to give
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