The following apply in relation to mental health cases1. An application or reference must be made in writing, signed (in the case of an application, by the applicant or any person authorised by the applicant to do so); and sent or delivered to the tribunal2 so that it is received within the specified3 time4. Subject to the provisions relating to withholding evidence likely to cause harm5, when the tribunal receives a document from any party it must send a copy of that document to each other party6.
If the patient7 is a conditionally discharged patient, upon being notified by the
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