of unsound mind

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This provides that any person may apply (the applicant) to the Provincial Division of the High Court (by Notice of Motion) for an order declaring another person (the patient) 'to be of unsound mind and as such incapable of managing his affairs'.
that "this man is of unsound mind, and needs to be confined -and treated- in an asylum.
He is evidently of unsound mind and if he has friends in the county they should see to the case.
The nursing home argued that the tolling of the statute of limitations occurs only if the person entitled to commence the lawsuit is of unsound mind at the time.
Attempts are made to disparage me so badly that I am made out to be of unsound mind.
In the complaint, Owens alleged that King was of unsound mind during the entire term of her residency at NHC.
It was only when the caller related this to the imminent Second Coming and England's certain victory in the World Cup that the presenter realised he was possibly dealing with someone of unsound mind and cut the call short.
In California, an annulment may be granted when either party in the marriage is under 18, of unsound mind, bound to a previous marriage or if the consent to marry was obtained by fraud or force.
She was released briefly and recommitted again in April 1923, medically diagnosed by the state's psychiatrists as being of unsound mind.
Nine days later, Rodman announced he was seeking an annulment, claiming he was of unsound mind when he recited his vows.
McCardell did not have the necessary testamentary capacity to execute the wills in 1981, and that after March 22, 1981, she was of unsound mind, so as to invalidate any documents signed by her after that date.