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Guardianship And Curatorship

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This chapter on guardianship and curatorship contains several articles concerning the guardianship over minors and custodianship of adult. The ward shall be represented by the guardian to make juristic acts except when the said act relates to the pure acquisition of a legal advantage, or to the necessities of daily life according to the ward's age and status. The guardian shall be prohibited from violating the ward's interest in the name of conducting guardianship. Custodianship is a legal institution which offers protection over the body and property of a person of full age who cannot take care of his affairs by reason of physical, mental or psychological handicap. The custodian shall manage the property of a ward with a duty of care and represent him in conducting the affairs in relation to the property.

Keywords: curatorship; guardianship; juristic acts



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