Appeal against a Mental Health Tribunal decision

Last updated: 7 June 2018

The Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland is an organisation that makes decisions about compulsory care and treatment for mental health.

The outcomes of Tribunal hearings are published every month on the Tribunal website.

If you don't agree with a Mental Health Tribunal decision, you have the right to appeal to the Sheriff Principal or the Court of Session. Visit the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland website for more information on how to appeal.