(1) This section applies if a court considers that—
(a) a guardian or manager is, or may be, personally liable for a contravention of this Act; and
(b) the guardian or manager has acted honestly and reasonably and ought fairly to be excused for the contravention.
(2) The court may relieve the guardian or manager from all or part of the guardian's or manager's personal liability for the contravention.
(3) In deciding whether the guardian or manager should be relieved of liability, the court must consider the extent to which the guardian or manager has acted consistently with the decision-making principles.