Legislation: New Zealand. an Act (No. 46 of 1992) to Redefine the Circumstances in Which and the Conditions Under Which Persons May Be Subjected to Compulsory Psychiatric Assessment and Treatment, to Define the Rights of Such Persons and To Provide Better Protection for Those Rights, and Generally to Reform and Consolidate the Law Relating to the Assessment and Treatment of Persons Suffering From Mental Disorder. Dated 15 June 1992
International Digest of Health Legislation 1993; 44(2): 261- 267
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
An Act (No. 7 of 1995) to Reform the Law Relating to Medical Terminations of Pregnancies, to Enhance the Dignity and Sanctity of Life, by Reducing the Incidence of Induced Abortion, to Enhance the Attainment of Safe Motherhood by Eliminating Deaths and Complications Due to Unsafe Abortion, to Prescribe Those Circumstances in Which Any Woman Who Voluntarily and in Good Faith Wishes to Terminate Her Pregnancy May Lawfully Do So and to Provide for Matters Connected Therewith. Dated 14 June 1995. (The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1995) Unknown author (Guyana, 1995)