Introduction 15. Sterilisation as a societal issue in the 19th and 20



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Chapter 15 – Sterilisation
Contents
15. 1. Introduction
15. 2. Sterilisation as a societal issue in the 19th and 20th centuries
15. 3. The enactment of legislation to protect incapable people from unnecessary sterilisations in Australia
15. 4. The High Court’s authorisation of the Family Court

15. 5. Who may consent to sterilising treatments for incapable people in Australia?

15. 5. 1. State and ACT tribunals

15. 5. 2. State and Territory Supreme Courts
15. 5. 3. Family Court

15. 6. The jurisdiction of State and Australian Capital Territory tribunals in relation to the sterilisation of people unable to give a valid consent to their own treatment

15. 6. 1. South Australia

15. 6. 2. New South Wales
15. 6. 3. Australian Capital Territory
15. 6. 4. Western Australia
15. 6. 5. Tasmania
15. 6. 6. Victoria
15. 6. 7. Queensland
15. 6. 8. Northern Territory

15. 7. How the State tribunals exercise their jurisdiction

15. 7. 1. Most appropriate treatment and necessary to save life or prevent serious damage to health – New South Wales

15. 7. 2. Best interests – Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, the Family Court and Supreme Courts

15. 7. 3. Three circumstances, medical necessity, no contraception applicable or problems with menstruation – South Australia and Queensland




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