Division III: Idaho Conservator Went Beyond Bounds of Idaho Statute in Executing Deed on Washington Resident's Washington Property
Conservatories have a lot of power, they can enter into transactions, encumbered property, sell property, basically do anything they want. The question here is whether a conservatory from another state could do so over Washington property. "By its plain language, I.C. § 15-1-30 I limits an Idaho conservatorship for a nonresident to property located in that state.” So, for the conservator to exercise control of a Washington resident's Washington property. The rest of the opinion is all about deeds of trust, reverse mortgages, in general real property dispute issues. If these fall into your interests, this opinion is worth a read.
Unfortunately, this opinion does not peak my interest beyond that little tidbit. Happy reading.