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If no local conservator has been appointed and no petition in a protective proceeding is pending in this state, a domiciliary foreign conservator may file with a court in this state in a judicial district in which property belonging to the protected person is located, authenticated copies of appointment and of any official bond given. Thereafter, the domiciliary foreign conservator may exercise as to assets in this state all powers of a local conservator and may maintain actions and proceedings in this state subject to any conditions imposed upon nonresident parties generally.
Article 05. POWERS OF ATTORNEY
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