The appropriate national authority1 may, if it thinks fit, at any time refer to the appropriate tribunal2 the case of a patient3 who is liable4 to be detained or subject to guardianship or of any community patient5.
The appropriate national authority may at any time refer the case of a restricted patient6 to the appropriate tribunal7. However, it must refer to a tribunal: (1) any restricted patient detained in a hospital8 whose case has
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