2006 New York Code - Notice Of Petition.
§ 1721. Notice of petition. Notice of petition shall be given, in the discretion of the court, to such persons and in such manner as the court may direct. If the proceeding affects the interest of an incompetent person or of a conservatee, notice shall be given to either the committee of property or the conservator of property, and if the incompetent person or conservatee has been committed to a state institution and is an inmate thereof, also to the attorney-general and to the director having jurisdiction over the institution where the incompetent or conservatee is confined. If the proceeding affects the interest of an infant who has a general or testamentary guardian of the property, notice shall be given to such guardian.
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