If the following conditions are met, an eligible person1 may request the supervisory body2 to decide whether or not there is an unauthorised deprivation of liberty3. The first condition is that the eligible person has notified the managing authority4 of the relevant hospital or care home that it appears to the eligible person that there is an unauthorised deprivation of liberty5. The second condition is that the eligible person has asked the managing authority to request a standard authorisation in relation to the detention of the relevant person6. The third condition is that the managing authority has not requested
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