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RULE 10-408. REVOCATION, RENUNCIATION, AND RESIGNATION

West's Annotated Code of MarylandMaryland Rules

West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 10. Guardians and Other Fiduciaries
Chapter 400. Standby Guardian
MD Rules, Rule 10-408
RULE 10-408. REVOCATION, RENUNCIATION, AND RESIGNATION
(a) Revocation by Parent. A parent may file a petition to revoke a standby guardianship in the court that appointed the standby guardian. The petition shall state the reasons for the revocation and shall be served on the standby guardian and all interested persons. If an objection to the revocation is filed, the court shall hold a hearing prior to ruling on the petition.
(b) Renunciation by Standby Guardian. A person who is judicially appointed as a standby guardian may renounce the appointment at any time before the effective date of the person's authority by executing a written renunciation, filing the renunciation with the court that issued the order, and promptly notifying the parent in writing of the renunciation.
(c) Resignation by Standby Guardian. A person who has been judicially appointed as a standby guardian and whose authority has become effective may file a petition to resign in the court that appointed the standby guardian. The petition shall state the reasons for the resignation and shall be served on all interested persons. If an objection to the resignation is filed, the court shall hold a hearing prior to ruling on the petition.
Source: This Rule is new.

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[Adopted Feb. 10, 1998, eff. July 1, 1998.]
MD Rules, Rule 10-408, MD R GUARD AND FIDUCIARIES Rule 10-408
Current with amendments received through November 15, 2020.
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