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(a) If after a hearing or trial in accordance with the provisions of this article it is determined that relief under this article is necessary, the supreme court, and the county courts outside the city of New York, shall have the power to provide the relief set forth in this article:
1. for a resident of the state;
2. for a nonresident of the state present in the state;
3. for a nonresident of the state pursuant to section 81.18 of this article.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (a) of this section, when it appears in any proceeding in the surrogate's court that a person interested in an estate is entitled to money or property as a beneficiary of the estate, or entitled to the proceeds of any action as provided in section 5-4.1 of the estates, powers and trusts law, or to the proceeds of a settlement of a cause of action brought on behalf of an infant for personal injuries, and that the interested person is a resident of, is physically present, or has any property in, the county in which the proceeding is pending and is allegedly incapacitated with respect to property management under the provisions of this article, and the surrogate's court is satisfied after a hearing or trial in accordance with the provisions of this article that the interested person is incapacitated with respect to property management, the surrogate's court shall have the power to order relief for that person with respect to property management in accordance with the provisions of this article.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 20. Motor Vehicles § 20-137.14. Enclosed, antique, registered and certain other vehicles exempt - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nc/chapter-20-motor-vehicles/nc-gen-st-sect-20-137-14.html
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