2006 New York Code - Decree On Filing Instruments Approving Accounts.

  § 81.34 Decree on filing instruments approving accounts.
    (a)  The  guardian  or the personal representative of the guardian may
  present to the court a petition showing the names and addresses  of  all
  persons  entitled  to  receive  notice  pursuant  to  paragraph three of
  subdivision (c) of section 81.16 of this article and  showing  that,  to
  the  extent  the  guardian  is  responsible  for  the  property  of  the
  incapacitated person, all taxes have been paid or that no taxes are  due
  and  that the petitioner has fully reported and has made full disclosure
  in writing of all the guardian's actions affecting the property  of  the
  incapacitated  person  to  all  persons  interested and seeking a decree
  releasing and discharging the petitioner.
    (b) The petitioner shall also show that the incapacitated  person  has
  died  or  that the guardian has died, or has been removed, suspended, or
  discharged pursuant to the provisions of this  article,  or  allowed  to
    (c)  The  petitioner  shall  also  file with the petition acknowledged
  instruments executed by all persons interested or  in  the  case  of  an
  infant,  or  incapacitated  person  whose  claim  has  been paid, by the
  guardian, or guardian receiving payment, approving  the  report  of  the
  petitioner and releasing and discharging the petitioner.
    (d)  The  court  may thereupon make a decree releasing and discharging
  the petitioner and the sureties on his or her bond,  if  any,  from  any
  further liability to the persons interested.

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