Article 43. Consequences of recognizing a citizen as missing.
1. The property of a citizen who is recognized as missing, if necessary, is permanently managed by him on the basis of a court decision to a person who is determined by the guardianship and trusteeship body and acts on the basis of a trust management agreement concluded with this body. From this property, maintenance is issued to citizens who are missing the obligation to maintain, and the debt on other obligations of the missing is repaid. 2. The guardianship and trusteeship body may, even before the expiration of a year from the date of receipt of information about the place of stay of the absent citizen, appoint its manager. 3. The consequences of recognizing a person as missing, not provided for in this article shall be determined by law.
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