In this Act, –
(a) “minor” means a person who has not completed the age of eighteen years;
(b) “major” means a person having the care of the person of a minor or of his property or of both his person and property, and includes –
(i) a natural guardian,
(ii) a guardian appointed by the will of the minor’s father or mother,
(iii) a guardian appointed or declared by a court, and
(iv) a person empowered to act as such by or under any enactment
relating to any court of wards;
(c) “natural guardian” means any of the guardians mentioned in section 6.
If a person donates property to a minor and appoints a guardian to look after the property he would not be a guardian within the meaning of the Act; Rajalakshmi v. Ramachandran, AIR 1967 Mad 113: ILR (1967) Mad 338: (1966) 1 MLJ 420.