If a deprivation of liberty authorisation1 is in force in relation to a person ('P'), P has a representative ('R')2 and R is not being paid under regulations3 for acting as P's representative, the supervisory body4 must instruct an independent mental capacity advocate5 to represent P in any of the following cases6:
(1) where P makes a request to the supervisory body to instruct an advocate7;
(2) where R makes a request to the supervisory body to instruct an advocate8;
(3) where the supervisory body have reason to believe one or more of the following:
(a) that, without the
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