Training on the application of the Section 32 of the (MHPA) Act NSW to help people with intellectual disability

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The Step by Step Guide to making Section 32 (MHFPA) applications

The Step by Step Guide is a concise and practical guide for lawyers representing clients with intellectual disability in Section 32 applications in the NSW Local Courts

A web version of this guide is available here - www.s32.idrs.org.au

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Additional resources

All about Section 32 - Mental Health (Criminal Procedure) Act 1900 (As Amended)

This is a paper delivered at the ALS State Conference in August 2007 by Robert Tumeth, a solicitor at Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) Ltd

This paper is published with the author's permission and all rights are held by the author, Robert Tumeth.

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