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Georgia State Code
Title      29
Chapter       2  
Section Navigation     1 ... 10       10.1 ... 10.10 
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      49 ... 75         76 ... 85      
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Title 29, Chapter 2, Section 75 (29-2-75)

(a) In the event of the death of a duly appointed guardian, the judge of the probate court shall have the discretionary authority to appoint a successor guardian. The judge shall notify the nearest of kin of the ward to appear before him at the next term of court. If the judge is satisfied after a hearing that the appointment of a successor guardian will not be detrimental to the best interests of the ward and no good cause is shown against it, he shall be authorized to enter an order appointing a successor guardian.

(b) The ward shall have the privilege, within five years after he becomes of age or his disabilities are removed, to call for an accounting.

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