2012 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 33 - Probate practice and procedure
Chapter 33-15.1 - Guardianship of Minors
Chapter 33-15.1-24 - Sale of personal property.
§ 33-15.1-24 Sale of personal property. A guardian may make application for the sale of the personal estate of his or her ward, or any of it, for better or more advantageous investment, or for the support of his or her ward and the ward's family, or for any other purpose beneficial to the ward, and for incidental charges. The application may be granted by the court of probate without notice. The court shall prescribe the manner in which the property shall be advertised and sold, and, in case of a private sale, the minimum price. From the order granting the application, there shall be no appeal.
History of Section.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 493, § 5.)
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