North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 34. Veterans' Guardianship Act § 34-14. Application of ward's estate
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A guardian may apply any income received from the Veterans Administration for the benefit of the ward in the same manner and to the same extent as other income of the estate without the necessity of securing an order of court. A guardian shall not apply any portion of the estate of his ward for the support and maintenance of any person other than his ward, except upon order of the court after a hearing, notice of which has been given the proper officer of the Bureau 1 and the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs in the manner provided in G.S. 34-10.
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