When a ward, whether mental incompetent or minor, or a cestui que trust, or all the
cestuis que trustent in esse, is or, all of them, are nonresidents of this state and
is or are entitled to personal or real property in this state and the guardian or
trustee received his letters from, or is subject to the jurisdiction of, a court of
another state or country, the superior court or, except where there is a fund in the
custody of the superior court or in the custody of a fiduciary or person whose letters
or authority were received from the superior court, the county court may, authorize
the guardian or trustee, if it is in the interest of the persons in interest, to demand,
collect, sue for, receive and remove from this state all or any part of the personal
property and the rents, issues and profits of the real property, or authorize the
same to be transferred to the custody of the proper court of such state, jurisdiction
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