If, in the case of an application for the registration of an instrument creating an enduring power1, the Public Guardian2 has reason to believe that appropriate inquiries might bring to light evidence on which he could be satisfied that one of the grounds of objection3 was established, he must not register the instrument4 and must undertake such inquiries as he thinks appropriate in all the circumstances5. If having complied with these requirements the Public Guardian is satisfied that one of the grounds of objection is established the attorney may apply to the court6
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