If an application for the registration of an instrument creating an enduring power1 is made2 but the statutory requirements concerning the giving of notification of intended registration to the donor and family members3 have not been complied with, the court4 may, on the application of the attorney, direct the Public Guardian to register the instrument5 if the court is satisfied that it was undesirable or impracticable for the attorney to give notice to that person6 or that no useful purpose is likely to be served
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