If the Public Guardian1 is satisfied, on an objection to the registration of an instrument as a lasting power of attorney2 being made to him by the donee or a named person3, that a ground for making the objection is established4, he must not register the instrument unless the court5, on the application of the person applying for the registration, is satisfied that the ground is not established and directs the Public Guardian to register the instrument6. If the donee or a named person applies to the court objecting to registration7, the Public Guardian must not register the instrument
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