Detaining Patients For Unpaid Bills is Illegal: High Court

  • Published on: Jan 13, 2018 - 6:55 AM
  • Source: News 18

Detaining Patients For Unpaid Bills is Illegal: High Court“How can a hospital detain a person who is declared fit otherwise on the ground of non-payment of fees? Such hospital is curtailing the personal liberty of a person, the bench said.

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