A guardianship order2 either appoints the guardian in relation to all of the missing person's3 property and financial affairs, or appoints him in relation to only specified property or financial affairs of the missing person4. Similarly, the order either appoints the guardian to exercise on behalf of the missing person all of the missing person's rights and powers in relation to the property or financial affairs to which the order relates5, or it appoints the guardian to exercise only specified rights and powers in relation to them6. A guardianship order does not affect any rights, powers or other interests
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