2006 New York Code - Foreign Guardian For A Person Not Present In The State.

  § 81.18 Foreign guardian for a person not present in the state.
    Where  the  person  alleged  to be incapacitated is not present in the
  state and a  guardian,  by  whatever  name  designated,  has  been  duly
  appointed pursuant to the laws of any other state, territory, or country
  where  the  person  alleged  to  be incapacitated resides to assist such
  person in property management, the court in its discretion, may make  an
  order  appointing  the foreign guardian as a guardian under this article
  with powers with respect to property management within this state on the
  foreign guardian's giving such security as the court deems proper.

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