(a) The appointment of a conservator does not vest title of the protected person's property in the conservator.
(b) Letters of conservatorship are evidence of the conservator's power to act on behalf of the protected person. An order terminating a conservatorship terminates the conservator's powers to act on behalf of the protected person.
(c) Subject to the requirements of general statutes governing the filing or recordation of documents of title to land or other property, letters of conservatorship and orders terminating conservatorships may be filed or recorded to give notice of title as between the conservator and the protected person.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes