The High Court2 may make an order revoking a guardianship order either with or without an application being made3. If a guardian has reasonable grounds to believe that the person whose property or financial affairs are the subject of the guardianship order is no longer missing4, the guardian must apply to the court as soon as reasonably practicable for the revocation of the order5.
Where an application to revoke a guardianship order is made, the applicant must send notice of the application and any other information specified by rules of court to the
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