2018 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 45a - Probate Courts and Procedure
Chapter 802h - Protected Persons and Their Property
Section 45a-667t - Effect of registration of conservatorship order from another state.

Universal Citation: CT Gen Stat § 45a-667t (2018)

(a) On registration in this state under section 45a-667r of a conservator of the person order from another state or under section 45a-667s of a conservator of the estate order from another state, the conservator may exercise in this state all powers authorized in the order of appointment, except as prohibited under the laws of this state, including maintaining actions and proceedings in this state and, if the conservator is not a resident of this state, subject to any conditions imposed on nonresident parties. The registration of a conservator of the person order under section 45a-667r shall lapse one hundred twenty days after such registration, except that the registration may be extended for good cause for an additional one hundred twenty days by the court of probate in this state having jurisdiction over the location within this state where the person under the conservator of the person order resides, is domiciled or is located.

(b) A court of probate or, to the extent it lacks jurisdiction, the Superior Court may grant any relief available under sections 45a-644, 45a-648, 45a-649 and 45a-667 to 45a-667v, inclusive, and other law of this state to enforce a registered order.

(P.A. 12-22, S. 21.)

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