§3432. Revocation; removal; resignation
A. If a person who is appointed curator or undercurator fails to qualify for the office within ten days from his appointment, on its own motion or on motion of any interested person, the court may revoke the appointment and appoint another qualified person to the office forthwith. The delay allowed herein may be extended by the court for good cause shown.
B. The court may, on its own motion or on motion of any interested party, remove a curator or undercurator who is or has become disqualified; has failed in or become incapable of discharging his duties; has mismanaged the absent person's property; or if such removal would be in the best interest of the absent person.
C. The curator or undercurator may resign when authorized by the court for any reason that the court in its discretion may deem sufficient, but the resignation shall not be effective until a successor has been appointed and qualified, and, in the case of a curator, a final account has been filed and homologated.
D. The resignation or removal of a curator or undercurator does not invalidate any of his official acts performed prior to his removal or resignation, and does not affect his liability for any acts performed prior to his removal or resignation. The curator or undercurator who has been removed or who has resigned has no further authority as such, and no further duty, except that the curator must file his final account.
E. When a curator or undercurator dies, is removed, or resigns, another curator or undercurator shall be appointed in his place in the manner provided in the original appointment.
Acts 1990, No. 989, §4, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.