For the purposes of this Act, guardianship of a child means having (and therefore a guardian of the child has), in relation to the child,—
(a) all duties, powers, rights, and responsibilities that a parent of the child has in relation to the upbringing of the child:
(b) every duty, power, right, and responsibility that is vested in the guardian of a child by any enactment:
(c) every duty, power, right, and responsibility that, immediately before the commencement, on 1 January 1970, of the Guardianship Act 1968, was vested in a sole guardian of a child by an enactment or rule of law.
Compare: 1968 No 63 s 3; Family Law Act 1975 s 61B (Aust)