(cf Act No 25 1929, section 4)(1) This section applies to proceedings commenced by or on behalf of, or against, any of the following persons:(a) a person under legal incapacity,(b) a person who, during the course of the proceedings, becomes a person under legal incapacity,(c) a person whom the court finds, during the course of the proceedings, to be incapable of managing his or her own affairs.(2) The court may make a finding referred to in subsection (1) (c) only on the basis of evidence given in the proceedings in which it is made, and such a finding has effect for the purpose only of those proceedings.(3) Except with the approval of the court, there may not be:(a) any compromise or settlement of any proceedings to which this section applies, or(b) any acceptance of money paid into court in any such proceedings,as regards a claim made by or on behalf of, or against, a person referred to in subsection (1).(4) If an agreement for the compromise or settlement of any matter in dispute in any such proceedings is made by or on behalf of a person referred to in subsection (1), the court may approve or disapprove the agreement.(5) An agreement disapproved by the court does not bind the person by whom or on whose behalf it was made.(6) An agreement approved by the court binds the person by whom or on whose behalf it was made as if he or she were of full capacity and (if it was made by some other person on his or her behalf) as if that other person had made the agreement as his or her agent.