New York Correction Law
Sec. § 358
Removal of Trustee; Appointment of New Trustee


Upon the application of any person, entitled to apply for an order, appointing trustees of the prisoners property, and upon such a notice as the court prescribes, to the petitioner, and to such other persons interested, as the court thinks proper to designate, the court, by which the order was granted, may, in its discretion, remove any trustee, and appoint another in his place; or may appoint one or more additional trustees. The new trustee or trustees, so appointed, have the same power and authority, are vested with the same right, title, and interest, and are subject to the same duties and liabilities, as if he or they had been appointed by the original order.
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Dec. 13, 2016