(1) A guardian may
apply to the State Administrative Tribunal for directions concerning the
performance of any function vested in him, and the Tribunal may on any such
application give to the guardian any direction not inconsistent with this Act.
(2) A guardian shall
comply with any direction given to him under subsection (1).
(3) The executive
officer shall, at least 14 days before the day on which an application under
subsection (1) is to be heard, cause notice of the hearing to be given to the
applicant, the represented person, and such of the persons referred to in
section 41(1)(a) and (b) as the State Administrative Tribunal may specify.
(4) The State
Administrative Tribunal may, where exceptional circumstances so require,
shorten the time for giving notice under subsection (3) to any person.
[Section 47 amended: No. 16 of 1992 s. 18; No. 55
of 2004 s. 466.]