The guardian’s donation of the minor’s money is considered invalid.
And if the minor has a common property in real estate, it is not permissible for the guardian to conduct Mutually Consented Division with the other partners except with the permission of the court, and this division shall not be effective without the approval of the judge.
The guardian may not perform the following actions without court permission:
1- Dispose of the funds of a minor by selling, buying, bartering, company, lending, mortgage, or any type of property transfer.
2- Transferring debts that are due to a minor
3- Investing and liquidating money and borrowing money for a minor.
4- Renting a property for a period of more than three years in agricultural lands, and more than a year in buildings.
5- Leasing the minor’s property for a period that extends to one year after reaching adulthood.
6- Accept or reject conditional donations.
7- Expenditure from the minor’s money on those who are obligated to pay, unless the maintenance is under a final ruling.
8- Conciliation and arbitration.
9- Fulfilling the obligations that are on the estate or the minor, unless a final judgment is issued.
10- Filing lawsuits, unless delaying it is harmful to the minor or the loss of his right.
11- Waiver of claims and forfeiting their right to legal review methods.
12 – Contracting with lawyers to litigate for the minor.
13- Changing or modifying insurance.
14- Renting or renting the funds of a minor for himself, his wife, one of his relatives or in-laws, up to the fourth degree, or for whom the guardian is his representative.
15- Expenses in marrying a minor
Responsibility of a guardian: If the guardian violates his duty imposed upon him, he was responsible for the harm caused to the minor due to his negligence.