What is the Human Rights Act 1998?

 

Sets out the rights and freedoms that are guaranteed under the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). Article 5 of the Human Rights Act outlines the right to liberty and security, and the conditions that must be applied when a person is detained against their will, for example if they are sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

 

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