The certificate requirement is met in respect of treatment to be given to a patient1 if an appointed registered medical practitioner2 (not being the responsible clinician3 or the person in charge of the treatment) has certified in writing that it is appropriate for the treatment to be given4 or for the treatment to be given subject to such conditions as may be specified in the certificate and, if conditions are so specified, the conditions are satisfied5.
Where there is authority to give treatment because the patient has capacity to consent to the treatment and does consent
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