Form GC-360 Conservatorship Registration Cover Sheet and Attestation of Conservatee's Non-residence in California - California

Form GC-360 is a California Superior Court form also known as the "Conservatorship Registration Cover Sheet And Attestation Of Conservatee's Non-residence In California". The latest edition of the form was released in January 1, 2016 and is available for digital filing.

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GC-360
CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY OR REGISTRANT WITHOUT CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY (Name,
address, and State Bar number):
TEL NO.:
FAX NO.:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
FOR RECORDER'S USE ONLY
CALIFORNIA REGISTRATION NUMBER
CONSERVATORSHIP OF THE
PERSON
ESTATE
OF
(name):
FOR COURT USE ONLY
CONSERVATEE
CONSERVATORSHIP REGISTRATION COVER SHEET AND
ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act)
JURISDICTION WHERE CONSERVATORSHIP OR ADULT GUARDIANSHIP CASE FILED:
CASE NUMBER:
COURT:
DEPT.:
TITLE OF PROCEEDING:
INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRANTS
The California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act (Prob. Code §§1980–2300) is California's modified version of the Uniform Adult
Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act. Terms and phrases used in this Cover Sheet that are defined in California
Probate Code sections 1982 or 2031 are in italics and have the meanings provided in those sections; all further statutory references are
to that code. A conservator of the person in California is a fiduciary that is referred to in many other states or jurisdictions as the
guardian of the person of an adult; a conservator of the estate in California is a person who is referred to in many other states or
jurisdictions as the guardian of the estate of an adult or a person authorized by law to preserve and manage the property and finances
of a protected person, who is a person for whom a court has issued a protective order; a conservator of the person and estate in
California is a person who has the combined powers and authority of a conservator of the person and a conservator of the estate of an
adult person, who is referred to in California as the conservatee. A conservator may be a conservator of the person, of the estate, or of
the person and estate of a conservatee.
A conservator appointed by a court of a state other than California; or by a court of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, United States
Virgin Islands, any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States; or by a court of an Indian tribe with
jurisdiction, including a California tribe, may register the conservatorship order with a California superior court in accordance with
sections 2011 (conservatorship of the person), 2012 (conservatorship of the estate), or 2013 (conservatorship of the person and
estate). Registration is accomplished, after giving notice as required by section 2014, by filing a signed and initialed copy of this
Cover Sheet together with proof of notice and certified copies of (1) the appointing court's conservatorship order, (2) Letters
of Conservatorship or other letters of office, and (3) any surety bond with an appropriate California superior court identified in
sections 2011, 2012, or 2013.
Upon registration and receipt of the written information concerning a conservator's rights, duties, limitations, and responsibilities in
California described in sections 1835 and 2015, and the filing of the conservator's written acknowledgement of receipt of that
information, the conservator may, while the conservatee resides outside of California or if the conservatorship order was made by the
court of a California tribe, exercise in any county of this state all of the powers authorized in the conservatorship order, except as
prohibited by the law of California, including maintaining actions and proceedings in this state (subject to any conditions imposed on
nonresident parties if the conservator is not a resident of California). See section 2016.
* Court where registration is made (prepare separate cover sheet for each court where registration is to be made).
Page 1 of 3
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
CONSERVATORSHIP REGISTRATION COVER SHEET
Probate Code, §§ 2011—2013,
Judicial Council of California
2017, 2023;
AND ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S
GC-360 [New January 1, 2016]
www.courts.ca.gov
NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(Probate—Guardianships and Conservatorships)
GC-360
CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY OR REGISTRANT WITHOUT CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY (Name,
address, and State Bar number):
TEL NO.:
FAX NO.:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
FOR RECORDER'S USE ONLY
CALIFORNIA REGISTRATION NUMBER
CONSERVATORSHIP OF THE
PERSON
ESTATE
OF
(name):
FOR COURT USE ONLY
CONSERVATEE
CONSERVATORSHIP REGISTRATION COVER SHEET AND
ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act)
JURISDICTION WHERE CONSERVATORSHIP OR ADULT GUARDIANSHIP CASE FILED:
CASE NUMBER:
COURT:
DEPT.:
TITLE OF PROCEEDING:
INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRANTS
The California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act (Prob. Code §§1980–2300) is California's modified version of the Uniform Adult
Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act. Terms and phrases used in this Cover Sheet that are defined in California
Probate Code sections 1982 or 2031 are in italics and have the meanings provided in those sections; all further statutory references are
to that code. A conservator of the person in California is a fiduciary that is referred to in many other states or jurisdictions as the
guardian of the person of an adult; a conservator of the estate in California is a person who is referred to in many other states or
jurisdictions as the guardian of the estate of an adult or a person authorized by law to preserve and manage the property and finances
of a protected person, who is a person for whom a court has issued a protective order; a conservator of the person and estate in
California is a person who has the combined powers and authority of a conservator of the person and a conservator of the estate of an
adult person, who is referred to in California as the conservatee. A conservator may be a conservator of the person, of the estate, or of
the person and estate of a conservatee.
A conservator appointed by a court of a state other than California; or by a court of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, United States
Virgin Islands, any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States; or by a court of an Indian tribe with
jurisdiction, including a California tribe, may register the conservatorship order with a California superior court in accordance with
sections 2011 (conservatorship of the person), 2012 (conservatorship of the estate), or 2013 (conservatorship of the person and
estate). Registration is accomplished, after giving notice as required by section 2014, by filing a signed and initialed copy of this
Cover Sheet together with proof of notice and certified copies of (1) the appointing court's conservatorship order, (2) Letters
of Conservatorship or other letters of office, and (3) any surety bond with an appropriate California superior court identified in
sections 2011, 2012, or 2013.
Upon registration and receipt of the written information concerning a conservator's rights, duties, limitations, and responsibilities in
California described in sections 1835 and 2015, and the filing of the conservator's written acknowledgement of receipt of that
information, the conservator may, while the conservatee resides outside of California or if the conservatorship order was made by the
court of a California tribe, exercise in any county of this state all of the powers authorized in the conservatorship order, except as
prohibited by the law of California, including maintaining actions and proceedings in this state (subject to any conditions imposed on
nonresident parties if the conservator is not a resident of California). See section 2016.
* Court where registration is made (prepare separate cover sheet for each court where registration is to be made).
Page 1 of 3
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
CONSERVATORSHIP REGISTRATION COVER SHEET
Probate Code, §§ 2011—2013,
Judicial Council of California
2017, 2023;
AND ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S
GC-360 [New January 1, 2016]
www.courts.ca.gov
NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(Probate—Guardianships and Conservatorships)
GC-360
CALIFORNIA REGISTRATION NUMBER
CONSERVATORSHIP OF (name):
CONSERVATEE
Registration may be available if all of the following facts are true:
1. The conservatee is over the age of 18 years (place your initials here):
;
2. Under the law under which his or her conservator was appointed, the conservatee may not be involuntarily committed to a mental
health facility or subjected to other involuntary mental health care that is similar to the California mental health proceedings listed in
; and
section 1981(b) (place your initials here):
3.There is no petition pending in a California state court for the appointment of a conservator for the conservatee.
EFFECT OF CALIFORNIA LAW AND CONSERVATEE'S RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
A conservator acting under the authority of a registration under sections 2011, 2012, or 2013 is subject to the law of California
governing the action, including all applicable court procedures, and is not authorized to take any action prohibited by that law. If a
California law, including sections 2356.5, 2540, 2543, 2545, or 2591.5, or article 2 (commencing with section 1880) of chapter 4 of part
3 of division 4 of the code, mandates compliance with special requirements to exercise a particular power or take a particular step, a
conservator registered under sections 2011, 2012, or 2013 may not exercise that power or take that step without first complying with
those requirements. If the requirement is to obtain court approval or take other action in court, the conservator must seek that approval
or otherwise proceed as needed in an appropriate California state court. California law also includes limitations on the authority of
fiduciaries who are not authorized to practice law in California, including conservators, to appear in California state courts without
attorneys so authorized.
Except in the case of the registration of a conservatorship order of a California tribe, registration is effective only while the
conservatee resides outside California and does not authorize the conservator to take any action while the conservatee
resides in California.
ATTACHMENTS TO REGISTRATION COVER SHEET
(Probate Code section 2013)
Attached to this cover sheet, presented for filing with it, are:
1. A certified copy of the order appointing the fiduciary in the court of the jurisdiction identified on page 1;
2. A certified copy of the Letters of Guardianship or Conservatorship or other letters of office issued by the court of the jurisdiction
identified on page 1;
A certified copy of the bond required by the court of the jurisdiction identified on page 1.
No bond was required.
3.
4. Proof that notice of intent to register conservatorship (California Judicial Council form GC-361) was given in the manner and to the
persons as required by California Probate Code section 2014.
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF REGISTRANT)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
GC-360 [New January 1, 2016]
CONSERVATORSHIP REGISTRATION COVER SHEET
Page 2 of 3
AND ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S
NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(Probate—Guardianships and Conservatorships)
GC-360
CALIFORNIA REGISTRATION NUMBER
CONSERVATORSHIP OF (name):
CONSERVATEE
CONSERVATOR'S ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(Probate Code section 2017)
I am the registrant named below and the conservator of the conservatee named above.
The conservatee does not reside in the State of California as of the date shown below.
My appointment as conservator was made by a court of a
The conservatee resides in California as of the date shown below.
California tribe, which is an Indian tribe with jurisdiction under the California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act (chapter 8 of part 3 of
division 4 of the Probate Code, commencing with section 1980). (See section 1982.)
I promise to notify promptly any person to whom I have delivered a copy of this Conservatorship Registration Cover Sheet and
Attestation of Conservatee's Non-Residence in California if the conservatee becomes a resident of the State of California. This
promise does not apply to a conservatee who resides in California if his or her conservator was appointed by a court of a California
tribe that is an Indian tribe with jurisdiction under the California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act.
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that I have read and understand the foregoing and that it is
true and correct.
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF REGISTRANT)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
GC-360 [New January 1, 2016]
CONSERVATORSHIP REGISTRATION COVER SHEET
Page 3 of 3
AND ATTESTATION OF CONSERVATEE'S
NON-RESIDENCE IN CALIFORNIA
(Probate—Guardianships and Conservatorships)
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