This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Circuit Court - a government authority operating within Michigan. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is the PC114 Order?
A: The PC114 Order is a legal document that follows an appeal of commitment for treatment of infectious disease.
Q: What does the PC114 Order do?
A: The PC114 Order specifies the conditions under which a person can be committed for treatment of infectious disease.
Q: Who issues the PC114 Order?
A: The PC114 Order is issued by the court.
Q: What happens after the PC114 Order is issued?
A: After the PC114 Order is issued, the person will be evaluated and may be admitted to a treatment facility if necessary.
Q: Can a person appeal the PC114 Order?
A: Yes, a person can appeal the PC114 Order.
Q: What happens if the PC114 Order is appealed?
A: If the PC114 Order is appealed, the court will review the appeal and make a decision.
Q: Is the PC114 Order specific to Michigan?
A: Yes, the PC114 Order is specific to Michigan and its laws regarding the treatment of infectious diseases.
Download a fillable version of Form PC114 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Michigan Circuit Court.