Family Law - Incapacity

Family Law - Incapacity

Iris Reuvecamp


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Family Law – Incapacity is an authoritative source of information on the legal, ethical and clinical issues surrounding mental health law, drug dependency, guardianship of incapacitated adults, and management of their property.

This product examines the complexities of New Zealand’s mental health law and its interaction with the criminal justice system, privacy issues, constitutional freedoms and patient rights.

This service is written and updated to focus on providing useful guidance for those involved in working with, advising on, or administering this important area of family law.

All relevant legislation is included and constantly updated to provide a fully consolidated view of the law. This is supplemented with informed commentary and references to case law developments (including direct links to cases reported in Family Cases product).

The commentary, legislation and case law in this service provides a detailed guide to New Zealand law on:

  • Substance Addiction (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 2017
  • Intellectual Disability (Compulsory Care and Rehabilitation) Act 2003
  • Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992
  • Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988

There are also the usual legislative tables, table of cases and a subject index.

There is a strong practical focus on judicial inquiries, treatment procedures and United Nations principles.

Family Law – Incapacity is an essential resource for all family lawyers and agencies and organisations that are involved in any aspect of mental health.

This work is available in looseleaf, online and as an eReference (in ProView).


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