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Welsh Language Standards

Welsh Language Standards

The Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 makes Welsh an official language in Wales. This means that Welsh must be treated no less favourably than English.

Compliance notice

The compliance notice issued to the Tribunal on 30 September 2016, sets out which standards apply to the Tribunal. The latest version of the compliance notice is available below.

Arrangements for oversight

We will record how we are ensuring compliance with the Standards in our ‘The Tribunal’s Compliance with the Welsh Language Standards’ document.

We will also produce an annual report in relation to each financial year.

Related links

If you are detained or subject to certain orders made under the Mental Health Act you may be able to apply to the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales to have the matter reviewed.
A patient’s case may be referred automatically to the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales.
A nearest relative is a person who has certain rights and powers under the Mental Health Act in respect of the patient for whom they are the nearest relative.
The responsible authority is the organisation or individual that has responsibility for a patient who is detained or subject to certain orders made under the Mental Health Act.