2006 New York Code - Court Jurisdiction

  § 1758. Court jurisdiction
    After  the  appointment  of  a guardian, standby guardian or alternate
  guardians, the court shall have and retain general jurisdiction over the
  mentally retarded or  developmentally  disabled  person  for  whom  such
  guardian  shall  have  been  appointed,  to take of its own motion or to
  entertain and adjudicate such steps and  proceedings  relating  to  such
  guardian,  standby, or alternate guardianship as may be deemed necessary
  or proper for the welfare of such mentally retarded  or  developmentally
  disabled person.

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