Where an instrument creating an enduring power1 has been registered2 the court3 may4:
(1) determine any question as to the meaning or effect of the instrument5;
(2) give directions with respect to the management or disposal by the attorney6 of the property and affairs of the donor7;
(3) give directions with respect to the rendering of accounts by the attorney and the production of records kept by him for accounting purposes8;
(4) give directions with respect to the remuneration or expenses of the attorney9;
(5) require the attorney to supply information or produce documents or things in his possession
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