Article 35. Trustees and trustees.
1. A guardian or trustee shall be appointed by the guardianship and custody body at the place of residence of the person in need of guardianship or guardianship within a month from the moment when the said authorities became aware of the need to establish custody or guardianship over the citizen. In the presence of noteworthy circumstances, the guardian or custodian may be appointed by the guardianship authority at the place of residence of the guardian (custodian). If no guardian or guardian is appointed for a person in need of guardianship or guardianship within a month, the duties of a guardian or guardian are temporarily assigned to the guardianship and trusteeship body. The appointment of a guardian or trustee may be appealed to the court by interested parties. 2. Only adult citizens with legal capacity may be appointed guardians and trustees. Citizens deprived of parental rights may not be appointed guardians and trustees. 3. A guardian or trustee may be appointed only with his consent. This should take into account his moral and other personal qualities, the ability to perform the duties of a guardian or trustee, the relationship that exists between him and the person in need of care or guardianship, and, if possible, the desire of the ward. 4. Trustees and custodians of citizens in need of guardianship or guardianship and located or placed in appropriate educational, medical institutions, institutions of social protection of the population or other similar institutions, are these institutions.
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