If the personal estate and the income of the real estate of a minor be not sufficient
for his support and education, the superior court or the county court to which the
guardian is accountable, upon full investigation of all the circumstances, may, from
time to time, direct the guardian to sell so much of the timber growing or being upon
the lands of the minor or such part of his real estate as it may deem adequate and
advisable for such purpose.
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