Rights of the Mentally Incompetent

No law can deny or abridge to a mentally incompetent individual (as defined in § Definition of Mental Incompetence) any right except as set forth specifically in this document.   Particularly, only rights, the exercise of which involves the custody and/or operation of devices or systems that may physically harm others, can be abridged.



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