A notice to relatives1 or to the donor of the intended registration2 of an enduring power of attorney3 must be in the prescribed form4 and state that the attorney proposes to make an application to the Public Guardian for the registration of the instrument creating the enduring power in question5. In addition, a notice to relatives must inform the person to whom it is given of the right to object6 to the proposed registration7 and specify the grounds on which an objection to registration may be made
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