If an application for the registration of an instrument creating an enduring power1 is made in accordance with the requirements concerning the giving of notification to the donor and family members2 and complying with the statutory requirements as to the form and content of application3, the Public Guardian4 must register the instrument to which the application relates5. This is, however, subject to specific additional requirements if:
(1) there is a person already appointed to make decisions on behalf of the donor6;
(2) there is no-one to whom notice of intended registration has been given7;
(3) the Public Guardian receives8
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