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§ 253. Citation to attend judicial settlement of accounts of committee  or  conservator.  A  citation  may be issued by the court to all parties  interested in the estate of such incompetent person or  conservatee,  as  creditors  or  otherwise,  requiring them to appear in court on some day  therein to be specified, to make proof of their several claims  if  they  be  creditors,  and  to  show  cause  why  a  settlement of accounts and  proceedings of the committee or conservator  up  to  the  date  of  such  hearing  should  not  be  had,  and  if no cause be shown, to attend the  settlement of such account. All such citations  must  be  returnable  in  court,  and  said  court when not otherwise engaged shall always be open  for proceedings under this article. Such  citations  may  be  issued  on  petition  of  such  committee  or  conservator, or of one or more of his  sureties, or of a creditor of such incompetent person or conservatee, or  other person interested in said estate; and when issued on a petition of  a committee, conservator, or his surety, it may be issued  at  any  time  after  the  appointment  of  such committee or conservator, in any other  case, after lapse of one year from the appointment of such committee  or  conservator,  or  upon  his removal or resignation. A citation issued on  petition of a creditor may be addressed to and served on  the  committee  or  conservator  alone, but on or after the return of such citation, the  committee or conservator may have  a  general  citation  issued  to  all  parties interested.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Dcd > Article-9 > 253

§ 253. Citation to attend judicial settlement of accounts of committee  or  conservator.  A  citation  may be issued by the court to all parties  interested in the estate of such incompetent person or  conservatee,  as  creditors  or  otherwise,  requiring them to appear in court on some day  therein to be specified, to make proof of their several claims  if  they  be  creditors,  and  to  show  cause  why  a  settlement of accounts and  proceedings of the committee or conservator  up  to  the  date  of  such  hearing  should  not  be  had,  and  if no cause be shown, to attend the  settlement of such account. All such citations  must  be  returnable  in  court,  and  said  court when not otherwise engaged shall always be open  for proceedings under this article. Such  citations  may  be  issued  on  petition  of  such  committee  or  conservator, or of one or more of his  sureties, or of a creditor of such incompetent person or conservatee, or  other person interested in said estate; and when issued on a petition of  a committee, conservator, or his surety, it may be issued  at  any  time  after  the  appointment  of  such committee or conservator, in any other  case, after lapse of one year from the appointment of such committee  or  conservator,  or  upon  his removal or resignation. A citation issued on  petition of a creditor may be addressed to and served on  the  committee  or  conservator  alone, but on or after the return of such citation, the  committee or conservator may have  a  general  citation  issued  to  all  parties interested.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Dcd > Article-9 > 253

§ 253. Citation to attend judicial settlement of accounts of committee  or  conservator.  A  citation  may be issued by the court to all parties  interested in the estate of such incompetent person or  conservatee,  as  creditors  or  otherwise,  requiring them to appear in court on some day  therein to be specified, to make proof of their several claims  if  they  be  creditors,  and  to  show  cause  why  a  settlement of accounts and  proceedings of the committee or conservator  up  to  the  date  of  such  hearing  should  not  be  had,  and  if no cause be shown, to attend the  settlement of such account. All such citations  must  be  returnable  in  court,  and  said  court when not otherwise engaged shall always be open  for proceedings under this article. Such  citations  may  be  issued  on  petition  of  such  committee  or  conservator, or of one or more of his  sureties, or of a creditor of such incompetent person or conservatee, or  other person interested in said estate; and when issued on a petition of  a committee, conservator, or his surety, it may be issued  at  any  time  after  the  appointment  of  such committee or conservator, in any other  case, after lapse of one year from the appointment of such committee  or  conservator,  or  upon  his removal or resignation. A citation issued on  petition of a creditor may be addressed to and served on  the  committee  or  conservator  alone, but on or after the return of such citation, the  committee or conservator may have  a  general  citation  issued  to  all  parties interested.

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