Guardian means a person who takes all the responsibilities of a minor. According to the section 4(2) of The Guardian and Wards Act, 1890 guardian means a person having the care of the person of a minor or of his property or of both his person and property. As per section 7(1) of the Guardian and Wards Act, 1890 court will appoint only the persons as legal guardians for the welfare of the minor . Section 3 of the Majority Act, 1875 every minor of whose person or property or both a guardian has been appointed or declared or will appoint by any court (other than a guardian for a suit within the meaning of Schedule I, Order XXXII of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908). According to section 27 of the Guardian and Wards Act, 1890 a guardian is bound to take care as a man of ordinary prudence and would deal with guardianship as if it were his own .The guardian may do all acts which are reasonable and proper for the realization, protection or benefit of the proper. It is to be mentioned that the court may from time to time define, and restrict the power of court guardian. He may apply by petition to the Court for the opinion of the court into any matter or advice or direction on any present question respecting the management or administration of the property of the minor.
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