A 'Part 4A certificate'1 may relate to a plan of treatment under which the patient is to be given (whether within a specified period or otherwise) one or more forms of section 58 type treatment or section 58A type treatment2. A Part 4A certificate must be in such form as may be prescribed by regulations made by the appropriate national authority3; and the regulations may make different provision for the different descriptions of Part 4A certificate4.
Before giving a Part 4A certificate that it is appropriate for treatment to be given5, the registered medical practitioner6 concerned must consult two other
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