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The administration shall be terminated upon one of the following:
(1) certification is secured from the appropriate governmental agency that the violations found by the court to exist at the time of judgment have been remedied; or
(2) an order according to section 504B.445, subdivision 5.
After the occurrence of any of the conditions in subdivision 1, the administrator shall:
(1) submit to the court an accounting of receipts and disbursements of the administration together with copies of all bills, receipts, and other memoranda pertaining to the administration, and, where appropriate, a certification by an appropriate governmental agency that the violations found by the court to exist at the time of judgment have been remedied; and
(2) comply with any other order the court makes as a condition of discharge.
Upon approval by the court of the administrator's accounts and compliance by the administrator with any other order the court may make as a condition of discharge, the court shall discharge the administrator from any further responsibilities pursuant to section 504B.381 and sections 504B.395 to 504B.471.
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