Restriction of the N-dimensional Garnier system to a complex line yields a system of second-order nonlinear differential equations, which may be regarded as a higher order version of the sixth Painlevé equation. Near a regular singularity of the system, we present a 2N-parameter family of solutions expanded into convergent series. These solutions are constructed by iteration, and their convergence is proved by using a kind of majorant series. For simplicity, we describe the proof in the case N ≤ 2.
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