(1) The Mental Health Court may stay the decision appealed against to secure the effectiveness of the appeal.
(2) A stay—(a) may be given on the conditions the court considers appropriate; and(b) operates for the period fixed by the court; and(c) may be amended or revoked by the court.
(3) The period of a stay must not extend past the time when the appeal is decided.
(4) The court may order that the person the subject of the appeal be detained in a stated authorised mental health service for the period of the stay.Note—An order made under subsection (4) is a type of judicial order. A judicial order does not authorise the provision of involuntary treatment and care to the person.
(5) For subsection (4) , an authorised person may transport the person to an inpatient unit of the authorised mental health service stated in the order.Note—For the powers of an authorised person when detaining and transporting a person, see chapter 11 , part 6 , division 5 .
(6) The administrator of the authorised mental health service stated in the order may detain the person in the service under the order.