Objections to applications for the registration of an instrument as a lasting power of attorney1 may be made only after the person objecting to the registration has been notified2 of the application3.
A donee of the power or person to notify4 who:
(1) is entitled to receive notice5 of an application for the registration of an instrument as a lasting power of attorney6; and
(2) wishes to give notice to the Public Guardian7 that he objects to the registration on a specified ground8,
must do so before the end of the period of three weeks beginning with the date on which
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