Article 41. Patronage of capable citizens.
1. At the request of an adult capable citizen who, due to his state of health, cannot independently exercise and protect his rights and fulfill his duties, guardianship in the form of patronage can be established over him. 2. A guardian (assistant) of an adult capable citizen may be appointed by a guardianship and trusteeship body only with the consent of such a citizen. 3. Disposal of property belonging to an adult legally capable ward shall be carried out by the trustee (assistant) on the basis of a contract of assignment or trust management concluded with the ward. The execution of household and other transactions aimed at the maintenance and satisfaction of the household needs of the ward is carried out by his trustee (assistant) with the consent of the ward. 4. Patronage over an adult capable citizen established in accordance with clause 1 of this article shall be terminated at the request of a citizen who is under patronage. The guardian (assistant) of the citizen who is under patronage is exempt from the performance of his duties in the cases provided for in Article 39 of this Code.
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