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 A **Form 49** (**Warrant of Committal**,​ specifically,​ //Section 672.57 of the Criminal Code of Canada//) is a court action that allows a judge to enforce a judgment or order against a person that has refused or neglected to comply with a known court ruling or order. The term //Warrant of Committal// is a federal legal term used throughout Canada. ​ A **Form 49** (**Warrant of Committal**,​ specifically,​ //Section 672.57 of the Criminal Code of Canada//) is a court action that allows a judge to enforce a judgment or order against a person that has refused or neglected to comply with a known court ruling or order. The term //Warrant of Committal// is a federal legal term used throughout Canada. ​
  
-In Ontario, a Form 49 can be issued through the Ontario Review Board (ORB). A Form 49 can be thought of as a detention order. This means the patient does not need any additional Forms issued (e.g. - such as a [[teaching:​on-mha:​form-1-42|Form 1]]) once brought to a hospital; they can be detained in hospital by default.+In Ontario, a Form 49 can be issued through the Ontario Review Board (ORB). A Form 49 can be thought of as a detention order. This means the patient does not need any additional Forms to be issued (e.g. - such as a [[teaching:​on-mha:​form-1-42|Form 1]]) to detain them once they are brought to a hospital.
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