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When a person liable to be put under guardianship, according to the provisions of this chapter, resides without the Osage Nation, and has estate therein, any friend of such person, or anyone interested in his estate, in expectancy or otherwise, may apply to the Judge of the Trial Court for the appointment of a guardian; and if, after notice given to all interested, in such manner as the Judge orders, and a full hearing and examination, it appears proper, a guardian for such absent person may be appointed. ONCA 13-34, eff. Apr. 19, 2013.