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If the court determines a guardian is needed, the court shall enter an order which shall:
(1) Name the guardian or guardians;
(2) If the guardian is to manage the property of the minor, then:
(A) Set the amount of the guardian's bond unless waived as authorized in § 34-1-105;
(B) Set forth the nature and frequency of each approved expenditure and prohibit the guardian from making other expenditures without court approval;
(C) Set forth the approved management of the minor's property; and
(D) Prohibit the sale of any property except as permitted by § 34-1-116 without court approval or as permitted in the property management plan approved by such order; and
(3) State any other authority or direction as the court determines is appropriate to properly care for the person and property of the minor.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Tennessee Code Title 34. Guardianship § 34-2-105 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tn/title-34-guardianship/tn-code-sect-34-2-105.html
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