Article 36. Execution by guardians and trustees of their duties.
1. The duties of guardianship and trusteeship are performed free of charge, except as required by law. 2. Guardians and trustees of minor citizens are obliged to live together with their wards. Separate residence of a trustee with a ward who has attained the age of sixteen is allowed with the permission of the guardianship and custody agency, provided that this does not adversely affect the education and protection of the rights and interests of the ward. Trustees and trustees are obliged to notify the guardianship authorities about relocation. 3. Guardians and trustees are obliged to take care of the maintenance of their wards, to ensure their care and treatment, to protect their rights and interests. The guardians and guardians of minors should take care of their education and upbringing. 4. The duties specified in clause 3 of this article shall not be imposed on the trustees of adult citizens who are limited by the court in legal capacity. 5. If the grounds due to which a citizen was recognized as incapable or partially capable due to the abuse of alcohol or drugs, have disappeared, the guardian or curator is obliged to petition the court to recognize the ward as capable and remove his guardianship or custody.
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