2017 Tennessee Code
Title 34 - Guardianship
Chapter 1 - Guardianships and Conservatorships Generally
§ 34-1-129. Letters of conservatorship or guardianship -- Limited.
- Upon the entry of the order appointing a fiduciary and the submission of a bond consistent with the order, the clerk shall issue letters of conservatorship or letters of guardianship. The letters of conservatorship or guardianship shall either:
- (1) Recite the specific powers removed from the minor or person with a disability and transferred to the fiduciary; or
- (2) Have attached to them the order or orders of the court specifying the powers removed from the minor or person with a disability and transferred to the fiduciary. If the fiduciary has been granted less than full authority over the person and property of the minor or person with a disability in the order of appointment, the clerk shall mark the letters prominently with the term "LIMITED".
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