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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 125. Planning, Housing and Zoning § 125.4104

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No person, association, corporation, or government agency shall establish, maintain, or operate a psychiatric facility to which persons are involuntarily admitted without first obtaining a license therefor from the department of health. The license may be for a definite period and shall be subject to revocation as hereinafter provided. The issuance of a license shall be based upon an application which shall be in such form and shall contain such information as the department may require. The facility must be able to provide adequate care and treatment in conformance with standards established by the department. The department may, at any and all times, examine and ascertain whether a licensed facility is being conducted in compliance with the license and applicable rules and regulations. Subject to chapter 91, the department may, if the interests of the public or of the patients of a facility so demand, for just and reasonable cause then appearing and to be stated in its order, amend or revoke a license by an order to take effect within such time as the department shall determine. This section shall not apply to any facility operated by the United States or any agency thereof.

1  M.C.L.A. § 125.4201 et seq.

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