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§ 323. Sale of property. The court in the judicial district in which a  person  is  sentenced  to  life  imprisonment may empower, authorize and  direct a committee of such person to sell any of the  real  or  personal  property  of  such person, and to do whatever may be deemed necessary in  the management of any of such person's property in the manner prescribed  for a committee of an incompetent. The court may from time to  time,  in  the  manner prescribed upon the sale of the property of an infant, if it  deems it necessary, or that the estate will be benefited thereby, direct  the sale of any of the real or personal property by said committee,  and  the  investment  of  the  proceeds of such sale. The court shall control  such committees in the performance of their duties; and may from time to  time modify and alter its direction or orders in any  matter  pertaining  to an estate.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Cor > Article-13 > 323

§ 323. Sale of property. The court in the judicial district in which a  person  is  sentenced  to  life  imprisonment may empower, authorize and  direct a committee of such person to sell any of the  real  or  personal  property  of  such person, and to do whatever may be deemed necessary in  the management of any of such person's property in the manner prescribed  for a committee of an incompetent. The court may from time to  time,  in  the  manner prescribed upon the sale of the property of an infant, if it  deems it necessary, or that the estate will be benefited thereby, direct  the sale of any of the real or personal property by said committee,  and  the  investment  of  the  proceeds of such sale. The court shall control  such committees in the performance of their duties; and may from time to  time modify and alter its direction or orders in any  matter  pertaining  to an estate.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Cor > Article-13 > 323

§ 323. Sale of property. The court in the judicial district in which a  person  is  sentenced  to  life  imprisonment may empower, authorize and  direct a committee of such person to sell any of the  real  or  personal  property  of  such person, and to do whatever may be deemed necessary in  the management of any of such person's property in the manner prescribed  for a committee of an incompetent. The court may from time to  time,  in  the  manner prescribed upon the sale of the property of an infant, if it  deems it necessary, or that the estate will be benefited thereby, direct  the sale of any of the real or personal property by said committee,  and  the  investment  of  the  proceeds of such sale. The court shall control  such committees in the performance of their duties; and may from time to  time modify and alter its direction or orders in any  matter  pertaining  to an estate.

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