29. A psychiatric examination report must deal in particular with the necessity of confining the person in an institution if he is a danger to himself or to others owing to his mental state, with the ability of the person who has undergone the examination to care for himself or to administer his property and, where applicable, with the advisability of instituting protective supervision of the person of full age.
The report must be filed with the court within seven days of the court order. It may not be disclosed, except to the parties, without the authorization of the court.
1991, c. 64, a. 29; 1997, c. 75, s. 32.