(1) The Magistrates' Court must—
(a) notify the treatment centre specified in a detention and treatment order of the making of the order; and
(b) give a copy of the detention and treatment order to the applicant for the order.
(2) The applicant must make the necessary arrangements, in consultation with the senior clinician or the manager of the treatment centre specified in the order, for the person to be taken and admitted to the treatment centre.
(3) If a bed is not available at the treatment centre specified in the order, the person may be taken and admitted to any other appropriate treatment centre.
(4) If within 7 days after a detention and treatment order is made, the person in respect of whom the order is made has not been admitted to a treatment centre, the order lapses.
(5) However, the applicant for a detention and treatment order may, within 7 days after the order is made, apply to the Court for an extension of the order.
(6) On an application under subsection (5), the Court may, if satisfied that the person who is the subject of the order is likely to be admitted to a treatment centre within the next 7 days, extend a detention and treatment order by that period.
(7) A detention and treatment order may only be extended once under subsection (6).
Division 5—Revocation of order