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13 .         Jurisdiction of State Administrative Tribunal

                For the purposes of this Act, the State Administrative Tribunal has —

            (a)         jurisdiction to consider applications for guardianship and administration orders; and

            (b)         jurisdiction to make orders appointing, and as to the functions of, and for giving directions to, guardians and administrators; and

            (c)         jurisdiction to make orders declaring the capacity of a represented person to vote at parliamentary elections; and

            (d)         jurisdiction to review guardianship and administration orders and to make orders consequential thereon; and

            (e)         jurisdiction to give or withhold consent to the sterilisation of persons in respect of whom guardianship orders are in force; and

            (f)         certain jurisdiction in relation to powers of attorney that operate after the donor has ceased to have legal capacity; and

            (g)         any other jurisdiction vested in it by this Act or any other Act in relation to matters of guardianship and administration; and

            (h)         jurisdiction otherwise conferred on the Tribunal under this Act.

        [Section 13 amended: No. 7 of 1996 s. 10; No. 55 of 2004 s. 425; No. 14 of 2020 s. 6.]

[ 14-15A.         Deleted: No. 55 of 2004 s. 426.]

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