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AS 13.26.235. Death, Resignation, or Removal of Conservator.

The court may remove a conservator for good cause, upon notice and hearing, or accept the resignation of a conservator. After death, resignation, or removal, the court may appoint another conservator. A conservator so appointed succeeds to the title and powers of the conservator's predecessor.

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