Mental Health: A Model Statute to Regulate the Administration of Therapy Within Mental Health Facilities
Minnesota Law Review 61(5): 841-886, May 1977.
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An Act (No. 26 of 1995) to Deal With Consent to Medical Treatment; to Regulate Medical Practice So Far as It Affects the Care of People Who Are Dying; to Repeal the Natural Death Act 1983 and the Consent to Medical and Dental Treatment Act 1985; to Amend the Guardianship and Administration Act 1993 and the Mental Health Act 1993; and for Other Purposes. Date of Assent: 27 April 1995. (The Consent to Medical Treatment and Palliative Care Act 1995) Unknown author (Australia. South Australia, 1995)