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Guardianship Act (1927), section 90

The Norwegian Parliament Country Resources Capacity related legislation Norway 31 December 1927 Legislation/regulation autonomy, guardian, severe mental illness

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A person of full age and legal capacity who because of unsoundness of mind, other mental disorders, senile dementia, retarded mental development, or physical disability cannot manage his own affairs may if necessary have a provisional guardian appointed.


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