Where a guardian acts within the scope of the authority conferred by the guardianship order and the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 at a time when the guardianship order has been revoked2, but the guardian does not know that, the guardian does not incur any personal liability (either to the missing person or any other person) because of the revocation3.
Where a person deals with a guardian at a time when the guardianship order has been varied4 or revoked, but the person does not know that, then the transaction between them is, in favour of that person, as valid as
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