29A-5-426. Proceedings for violation of court order or abuse of discretion by guardian or conservator--Removal. If any person, including the protected person, reasonably believes that a guardian or conservator has violated a court order or abused the guardian's or conservator's discretion in applying § 29A-5-422, the person may move the court to:
(1) Require the guardian or conservator to grant a person access to the protected person;
(2) Restrict, or further restrict, a person's access to the protected person;
(3) Modify the guardian or conservator's duties; or
(4) Remove the guardian or conservator pursuant to this chapter.
A guardian or conservator who knowingly isolates a protected person and has violated §§ 29A-5-421 to 29A-5-426, inclusive, or an order issued pursuant to §§ 29A-5-421 to 29A-5-426, inclusive, is subject to removal pursuant to this chapter.
Source: SL 2016, ch 150, § 6.
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