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     29A-5-502.   Appointment of additional guardians or conservators--Successors. The court may appoint additional guardians or conservators and may appoint a successor guardian or conservator either prior to or at the time of a vacancy. A successor guardian or conservator appointed prior to a vacancy shall be immediately empowered to assume the duties of office upon the termination of the predecessor's appointment, but shall be required to file the requisite acceptance of office and any required bond within sixty days. A successor guardian or conservator shall succeed to the powers and duties of the predecessor unless otherwise ordered by the court.

Source: SL 1993, ch 213, § 65; SDCL 30-36-65; SL 1995, ch 167, §§ 180, 181; SL 1999, ch 146, § 3.

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