Broadmoor Hospital Authority v Robinson: QBD 12 Oct 1998

A secure hospital’s right to prevent a package or letter being sent out by a patient did not extend to allowing a restriction on publication or recovery of a book manuscript once it had already left the hospital.
Poole J
Times 15-Oct-1998
Mental Health Act 1983 134
England and Wales
Citing:
Appealed toBroadmoor Hospital Authority and Another v Robinson CA 20-Dec-1999
Where a body was given statutory duties, it would normally be entitled to orders restraining others from interfering with its performance of those duties. A patient detained under the Act had written a book, and the Hospital had sought to restrain . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromBroadmoor Hospital Authority and Another v Robinson CA 20-Dec-1999
Where a body was given statutory duties, it would normally be entitled to orders restraining others from interfering with its performance of those duties. A patient detained under the Act had written a book, and the Hospital had sought to restrain . .

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Updated: 18 February 2021; Ref: scu.78664