Article 31. Guardianship and trusteeship.
1. Guardianship and trusteeship shall be established to protect the rights and interests of legally incapable or incomplete citizens. Guardianship and guardianship over minors are also established for the purpose of their education. The respective rights and obligations of guardians and trustees are determined by the legislation on marriage and the family. 2. Guardians and trustees shall defend the rights and interests of their wards in relations with any persons, including in courts, without special authority. 3. Guardianship and guardianship over minors are established in the absence of their parents, adoptive parents, deprivation by the court of parents of parental rights, as well as in cases when such citizens for other reasons are left without parental care, in particular when parents evade their education or protect their rights and interests.
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