Intimidation To place another person illegitimately in a well-founded fear of bodily harm by using threatening words and/or behaviour, but without showing a weapon or subjecting the victim to actual physical assault. (1) Everyone has the right to freedom and personal immunity. Sexual Assault with an Object The use of an object or instrument to unlawfully penetrate the genital or opening of another person`s body by force and/or against that person`s will; or if the victim is unable to give consent because of youth or permanent or permanent mental or physical disability. Commit to engaging in behaviour that is directed at a particular person. The behaviour is unwelcome and would cause a sensible person to feel fear or experience considerable emotional distress. The examples are, but are not limited to: improper detention is the deliberate addition of captivity. This is the deprivation of liberty and the withdrawal of individual liberty for a period without consent.16 (for the full definition, see Figure 4). It is not necessary to impose physical restrictions on a patient in order to be considered a false detention. Only the threat of physical injury, such as a large security guard stationed at the patient`s door, is still considered an end of life for the patient.

Even in the absence of personal injury, damages can be awarded for inconvenience, psychological suffering and humiliation. These may not be covered by standard insurance for bad conduct. 2. Ownership, exploitation and disposal of land and other natural resources are freely exercised by landowners if they do not harm the environment and do not infringe on the legitimate rights and interests of others. Actions are considered predictable when a particular person (s) is designated as a target. If the patient says he wants to «inflate the mail,» there is no specific goal, so there is no obligation to alert. The California Supreme Court has confirmed that «in the absence of a predictable easily identifiable victim, there is no obligation to notify.» The existence of an identifiable group of potential victims is not sufficient to create a duty of alert.20 A patient must be considered incompetent and a danger to himself or someone else before his or her rights are withdrawn and the patient may be held in detention and kept in hospital against his will.