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|Kay v UK 17821/91  ECHR 51 — (1) The recall to hospital without up-to-date objective medical expertise showing that the applicant suffered from a true mental disorder, or that his previous psychopathic disorder persisted - in the absence of any emergency - violated Article 5(1); (2) The subsequent MHRT proceedings were inherently too slow, which breached Article 5(4): the first hearing date offered was five months after referral, and final determination took just over two years.||2009‑04‑11 17:09:30||1994 cases, Brief summary, ECHR, Judgment available on Bailii, Ministry of Justice cases, Transcript
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