906. Removal of patients to the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man from England and Wales.

If it appears to the appropriate national authority1, in the case of a patient2 who is liable to be detained or subject to guardianship3, that it is in the patient's interests to remove him to any of the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, he may authorise the patient's removal to the island in question and give any necessary directions for his conveyance to his destination; proper arrangements must have been made for admitting him into a hospital or guardianship there4.

The above provisions apply in the case of a community patient as it applies in the case of

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