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Mental Capacity Act 2005
DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY FORM No. 14
SUSPENSION OF A STANDARD AUTHORISATION
On completion, this notice should be sent to the supervisory body, who should then give a copy of it
to the person concerned and, if they have one, their relevant person’s representative.
PART A — BASIC INFORMATION
Full name of the person who is subject to the
standard authorisation
Their date of birth (or estimated age if unknown)
Their present address
(The person’s present address may be different if,
for example, they have been detained in a
hospital under the Mental Health Act 1983
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Name and address of this hospital or care home
Person to contact at the hospital or care home
Name of the PCT or local authority to whom this
form is being sent (‘the supervisory body’)
PART B — NOTICE THAT THE STANDARD AUTHORISATION HAS BEEN SUSPENDED
The above person no longer meets the eligibility requirement for a standard deprivation of liberty
authorisation under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
The standard authorisation previously given is therefore suspended from the time this notice is given.
The effect of this notice is that the standard authorisation no longer authorises the hospital or care home to
deprive the person of their liberty.
Name
DOB d d m m y y y y
Est. age Years
At this hospital or care home
At a different address which is
given immediately below:
Address
Name
Address
Name
Telephone
Email
Name
CASE
NUMBER
1 References in this form to provisions of the Mental Health Act 1983 include provisions of other enactments that have the same effect.
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PART C — REASON WHY THE PERSON NO LONGER MEETS THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT
For the reason given below, the person is no longer eligible to be deprived of their liberty under the Mental
Capacity Act 2005.
Answer ALL of the statements in rows C1 to C4 below Yes or No by placing crosses in the relevant
boxes.
If the answer to ANY of the questions is ‘Yes’ then the person is no longer eligible to be deprived of
their liberty under the standard authorisation. If the answer to ALL of the questions is ‘No’ then you
should not be suspending this standard authorisation. Please take advice.
The person is now detained in a hospital under a relevant section of the Mental Health Act 1983
C1 The person is now detained in a hospital under one of the following
sections of the Mental Health Act 1983: sections 2, 3, 4, 35–38, 44, 45A,
47, 48 or 51. Yes No
The person is liable to be detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 but is not currently detained
(for example, because they have leave to be absent from the hospital where they are liable to
detention or have been conditionally discharged).
C2 Accommodating the person in this hospital or care home now con icts with a
requirement imposed upon them in connection with their liability to detention
under the Mental Health Act 1983. Yes No
This standard authorisation now con icts with the terms of a community treatment order imposed
under the Mental Health Act 1983
C3 Accommodating the person in this hospital or care home now con icts with a
requirement imposed on them under a community treatment order. Yes No
This standard authorisation now con icts with the terms of the person’s guardianship under the
Mental Health Act 1983
C4 Accommodating the person in this hospital or care home now con icts with a
requirement imposed on them by their guardian. Yes No
PART D — GIVING COPIES OF THIS NOTICE
You have been given a copy of this notice because the law requires the supervisory body to give notice that
this standard authorisation has been suspended to:
(a) the person concerned; and
(b) their representative.
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Signed
(on behalf of the managing authority)
Dated
Signature
Print name
Position
Date
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