(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the powers of a temporary guardian or temporary
conservator terminate, except for the rendering of the account, at the earliest of the following times:
(1) The time the temporary guardian or conservator acquires notice that a guardian
or conservator is appointed and qualified.
(2) Thirty days after the appointment of the temporary guardian or temporary conservator
or such earlier time as the court may specify in the order of appointment.
(b) With or without notice as the court may require, the court may for good cause
order that the time for the termination of the powers of the temporary guardian or
temporary conservator be extended or shortened pending final determination by the court of the petition for appointment of a guardian
or conservator or pending the final decision on appeal therefrom or for other cause. The order which extends the time for termination shall fix the time when the powers
of the temporary guardian or temporary conservator terminate except for the rendering
of the account.
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