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  • Author: D'Arcy Hiltz & Anita Szigeti
  • Promulgation date: 2015-07-31
  • Language: English
  • Price: 664HKD
Book Abstract
Ontario's Consent and Capacity Board adjudicates exclusively under the Mental Health Act, the Health Care Consent Act, 1996, the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, and the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004. Whether you are applying to the Board or responding to an application, this guide will assist you in navigating through these four complex and interrelated statutes and give you direction to address particular issues.

Features and Benefits:

•Full text of the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, the Health Care Consent Act, 1996, theMental Health Act, the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004, and regulations and forms - Have the pertinent law available in one source
•Extensive expert commentary - Get an overview of the law and practice and insights into the individual Acts, and apply them to your advantage
•An overview of consent and capacity law practice and the Consent and Capacity Board - Get the edge you need to successfully plead your case
Highlights of the 2016 Edition:

•Discussion of the recent Ontario Court of Appeal's decision in S.(P.) v Ontario, 2014 ONCA 900, ruling that detention under the Mental Health Act could not exceed six months
•Discussion of recent key decisions of the Consent and Capacity Board
Who Will Benefit
•Health lawyers who represent parties before the CCB and the courts in consent and capacity matters
•Wills and estates lawyers who advise on consent and capacity issues
•Judges and Justices of the Peace who issue orders for examination under the MHA and determine capacity issues in guardianship applications under the SDA
•Hospitals and psychiatric facilities whose officers in charge need to know their duties and obligations under the MHA
•Doctors who are called upon to treat patients who may be incapable to consent under the HCCA and to complete psychiatric assessment applications
•Capacity assessors who assess the capacity of individuals in relation to property and personal care under the SDA.
•Psychiatrists who assess patients for treatment capacity on a regular basis and detain individuals under the MHA
•CCB members who are called upon daily to determine issues of involuntary committal and capacity
•Community mental health agencies who provide care to persons subject to Community Treatment Orders and others
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