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Effect of such letters 1
Surrogate's Court Procedure Act (SCP) CHAPTER 59-A, ARTICLE 17
§ 1718. Effect of such letters

1. Ancillary letters of guardianship shall be issued as prescribed in
the preceding section, without security, except as provided in that

2. They authorize the person to whom they are issued to demand and
receive the personal property and the rents and profits of the real
property of the infant and the proceeds of the sale, mortgage or lease
of the real property of the infant, to dispose of them in like manner as
a guardian of the property appointed as prescribed in this article, to
remove them from the state and to maintain any action or special
proceeding in the infant's behalf.

3. Letters so issued do not authorize the ancillary guardian to
receive from a domiciliary fiduciary subject to the jurisdiction of the
court, money or other property belonging to the infant, in a case where
domiciliary letters have been issued in this state to a guardian of the
infant's property, except by special direction made for good cause shown
of the court from which the domiciliary letters were issued or unless
the domiciliary letters have been revoked.