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Section 28 – The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890

The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890

 

 

28. Power of testamentary guardian.-

 

Where a guardian has been appointed by will or the other instrument, his power to mortgage or charge, or transfer by sale, gift, exchange or otherwise, immovable property belonging to his ward is subject to any restriction which may be imposed by the instrument, unless he has under this Act been declared guardian and the Court which made the declaration permits him by an order in writing, notwithstanding the restriction, to dispose of any immovable property specified in the order in a manner permitted by the order.

 

 

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