The High Court2 may make an order varying a guardianship order either with or without an application being made3. It may do so only if it is satisfied that:
(1) the person whose property or financial affairs are the subject of the guardianship order is missing4;
(2) the absence condition or the urgency condition is met5; and
(3) in all the circumstances, the proposed variation is in the missing person's best interests6.
The court may appoint a different person to be the guardian7, add or remove property or financial affairs8, add, remove or alter conditions or restrictions contained in the
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