The Act provides for Level 1 and Level 2 Community Treatment Orders. A Level 1 Community Treatment Order is valid for a maximum of 28 days. Unless revoked, it will expire at a time fixed in the order and not later than 2.00pm on a business day and not later than 28 days after it was made. If such an order is made, the medical practitioner must ensure that the patient is given a copy of the order as soon as practicable. In addition, the patient must be given a Statement of Rights informing the patient of legal rights and any other information required to be provided to the patient. If the patient is unable to read or understand the Statement of Rights, the doctor must ensure that alternative ways to convey the information are taken. A patient on a Level 1 Community Treatment Order may only be treated without consent for a mental illness. A patient may not be treated for another illness without consent except in an emergency. This however does not apply to ECT or neurosurgery. A Level 2 Community Treatment Order is valid for a maximum of six months for a child and 12 months for all other patients and expiring at a time fixed in the order not later than 2.00pm on the business day.