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      CCP 4569     


Art. 4569.  Post-judgment monitoring and reporting

A.  A curator with responsibility for affairs of the interdict shall file an account annually, upon the termination of his office, and at any other time ordered by the court.  A curator with responsibility for the person of an interdict shall file a personal report describing the location and condition of the interdict annually, upon the termination of his responsibilities, and at any other time ordered by the court.  At the time of filing, the curator shall send copies of any required account or personal report by first class United States mail postage prepaid to the undercurator and any successor curator.  The provisions of Articles 4393 and 4398 shall apply to accounts by curators.

B.  The court may appoint an examiner at any time to review an account or personal report of the curator, to interview the interdict, curator, or undercurator, or to make any other investigation.  At any time, the court may appoint an attorney to represent the interdict.

Acts 2000, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 25, §3, eff. July 1, 2001.

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