For details, see Compulsory treatment.
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[The chapter/paragraph numbers here refer to the 2008 versions of the Code of Practice and Reference Guide.]
Review of treatment
61.—(1) Where a patient is given treatment in accordance with section 57(2)[, 58(3)(b) or 58A(4) or (5)] above[, or by virtue of section 62A below in accordance with a Part 4A certificate (within the meaning of that section),] [that falls within section 64C(4) below] a report on the treatment and the patient’s condition shall be given [by the approved clinician in charge of the treatment] to the [the regulatory authority]—
(2) In relation to a patient who is subject to a restriction order[, limitation direction] or restriction direction subsection (1) above shall have effect as if paragraph (a) required the report to be made—
(3) The [the regulatory authority] may at any time give notice [...] directing that, subject to section 62 below, a certificate given in respect of a patient under section. 57(2)[, 58(3)(b) or 58A(4) or (5)] above shall not apply to treatment given to him [(whether in England or Wales)] after a date specified in the notice and sections 57[, 58 and 58A] above shall then apply to any such treatment as if that certificate had not been given.
[(3A) The notice under subsection (3) above shall be given to the approved clinician in charge of the treatment.]