(a) Operation of law or court order.
A conservatorship of the person or estate may terminate by operation of law or may be terminated by court order if the court determines that it is no longer required.
(b) Conservator of the person.
Under Probate Code section 1860(a), a conservatorship of the person terminates by operation of law when the conservatee dies, and the conservator of the person need not file a petition for its termination.
(c) Duty of conservator of estate on termination.
A conservator of the estate whose administration is terminated by operation of law or by court order must file and obtain the court's approval of a final account of the administration.
Rule 7.1052 adopted effective January 1, 2004.