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 Form PC106?
A: Form PC106 is an order that is issued by the court following a hearing on a petition for treatment of an infectious disease.
Q: When is Form PC106 used?
A: Form PC106 is used in Michigan when there is a petition to treat an individual for an infectious disease, and a court hearing has been held to determine the necessity of the treatment.
Q: Who can file a petition for treatment of an infectious disease?
A: A petition for treatment of an infectious disease can be filed by a health officer or a designated representative of a local health department.
Q: What happens at the hearing for a petition for treatment of an infectious disease?
A: At the hearing, the court will consider evidence and arguments presented by both the petitioner and the respondent to determine whether the treatment is necessary to protect public health.
Q: What does the Form PC106 order entail?
A: The Form PC106 order specifies the court's decision regarding the petition for treatment and may include instructions for the medical treatment of the individual.
Download a fillable version of Form PC106 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Michigan Circuit Court.