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General problems of legal regulation of administrative and judicial procedures related to compulsory medical treatment in foreign countries

Solovyev Andrey Aleksandrovich

Doctor of Law

Deputy President of the Commercial Court of Moscow region, Doctor of Law, Professor at Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Professor at Moscow State Pedagogical University 

107053, Russia, g. Moscow, Prospekt Akademika Sakharova, 18

sportlaw2014@rambler.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-7136.2020.1.29649

Review date:

01-05-2019


Publish date:

05-02-2020


Abstract: The subject of this research is the questions of legal regulation of administrative and judicial procedures related to compulsory medical treatment in foreign countries. Such measures may be applied to persons suffering from dangerous infectious diseases and various addictions; however, in majority of countries are applied to persons with severe mental disorders. The experience of foreign countries in the area of legal regulation on implementation of the indicated procedures differs which requires conducting the comparative legal research. The scientific novelty consists in the fact that the author is first within the Russian legal science to carry out a comparative analysis of the administrative and judicial procedures associated with compulsory medical treatment used abroad. Particularly, the author explores such measures as compulsory ambulatory treatment and forced hospitalization, criteria for determining danger to others, as well as personal rights to individual to whom these measures are applied.


Keywords: hospitalization, compulsory treatment, administrative law, administrative procedure, judicial proceedings, administrative court process, foreign experience, patient's right, danger to the community, mental illness.
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