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The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890


If you are planning to make your family complete through adoption, you must be aware of all laws and acts related to adoption. Read on to find more about 'The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890' (Act No. 8 of Year 1890, dated 21st. March, 1890).

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Chapter II: Appointment and Declaration of Guardians

The second chapter of Guardian’s and Ward’s Act 1890 contains rules and regulation related to appointment and declaration of guardians. Read on to find mo ...read more
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Chapter I: Preliminary

Adoption makes family complete. However, adoptive parents should be aware of all the formalities and legalities involved in adoption. It is very necessary to ...read more
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Chapter IV: Supplemental Provisions

The Guardian’s and Ward’s Act 1890 is associated with adoption of a child. The chapter four of the Guardian’s and Ward’s Act 1890 includes supplementa ...read more
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Chapter III: Duties, Rights and Liabilities of Guardians General

The third chapter of Guardian’s and Ward’s Act 1890 is based on duties, rights and liabilities of guardians. Read on to find more about the third chapter ...read more
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