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Værgemålsloven (Danish Guardianship Act)

The Danish Parliament Country Resources Capacity related legislation Denmark 20 August 2007 Legislation/regulation autonomy, guardian, severe mental illness

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§ 5 Guardianship may be initiated because the person suffers from mental illness, including severe dementia, or impaired mental development or other seriously impaired health and therefore are unable to carry out its affairs.

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