B5 THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT
The eligibility requirement appears to be reviewable on the ground that:
A (a) the standard authorisation authorises the person’s deprivation of liberty in hospital; AND
(b) the person is subject to guardianship under the Mental Health Act 1983
meets the statutory criteria for being detained under section 2 or 3 of the
Mental Health Act 1983; AND
(c) the person objects to being accommodated in this hospital for the purpose
of being given some or all of the proposed medical treatment for their mental
(d) no donee of a lasting power of attorney or deputy appointed by the Court of Protection has
consented to each matter to which the person objects.
B6 THE BEST INTERESTS REQUIREMENT
The best interests requirement appears to be reviewable on the ground that:
A The person does not meet the best interests requirement.
B The reason why the person meets the best interests requirement is not the reason
stated in the standard authorisation.
C There has been a change in the person’s case, as a result of which it would be
appropriate to vary the conditions to which the standard authorisation is subject
(whether by amending or omitting an existing condition, or by adding a new condition).
PART C — REASONS FOR OPINION THAT ONE OR MORE REQUIREMENTS IS REVIEWABLE
The reasons why it appears to the managing authority that one or more of the qualifying requirements is
reviewable are as follows:
(on behalf of the managing authority)
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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