L.A. No. 24622
49 Cal. 2d 305; 316 P.2d 956; 1957
An administratrix's argument that because a guardianship had terminated, the guardian had no capacity to act for the estate, was without merit because the guardianship did not terminate until the judgment of the district court became final.
Carter, Jesse W., "Riley v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County" (1957). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 40.