(1) A senior practitioner may, by written notice given to a forensic disability client, require the client to return to the forensic disability service on or before a stated time—
(a) to give effect to a change to the client's individual development plan; or
(b) to give effect to a decision or order of the tribunal or Mental Health Court; or
(c) if the senior practitioner reasonably believes—
(i) the client has not complied with the client's individual development plan; and
(ii) it is necessary in the interests of the client's health or safety or the safety of others.
(2) The senior practitioner must—
(a) state the reasons for the requirement in the notice; and
(b) talk to the client about the requirement.
See section 146 about complying with provisions as soon as practicable, section 147 about complying with provisions to the extent reasonably practicable and section 154 about ensuring the client understands things told or explained to the client.
(3) However, the senior practitioner need not comply with subsection (2)(b) if the senior practitioner reasonably believes that to do so would not be in the interests of the client's health or safety or the safety of others.