Mental Health Review Tribunal (England And Wales)
The Mental Health Review Tribunal consists of two distinct bodies, within a single non-departmental public body, which exist to protect the rights of persons subject to the Mental Health Act 1983 in England and Wales in the United Kingdom. Essentially, it provides for consideration of appeals against detention in hospital made by people thus detained.
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... The Secretary of State for Healthis responsible for meeting the expenses of Tribunalsin England and for providing accommodation and staff ... Assembly has similar responsibilities for Tribunalsin Wales and administration is carried out at the Secretariat office in Cardiff ... closely together to make sure that the whole Tribunalprocess is closely managed ...
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