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Section 47 – The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890

The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890



47. Orders appeasable.-


An appeal shall lie to the High Court from an order made by a 1[***]Court- under Section 7, appointing or declaring or refusing to a appoint or declare a guardian, or under Section 9 sub-section (3) returning an application, or under section 25, making or refusing to make an order for the return of a ward to the custody of his guardian, or under section 26, refusing leave for the removal of a ward from the limits of the jurisdiction of the Court, or imposing conditions with respect thereto, or under Section 28 or section 29, refusing permission to a guardian to do an act referred to in the section, or under section 32, defining, restricting or extending the powers of a guardian, or under section 39, removing a guardian, or under section 43, regulating the conduct or proceedings of a guardian or settling a matter in difference between joint guardians or enforcing the order, or under section 44 or section 45, imposing a penalty.



1.The word “district” repealed by Act 4 of 1926, sec. 4. 



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