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Article 2. Public Writings - California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1913

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1913.  (a) Subject to subdivision (b), the effect of a judicial
record of a sister state is the same in this state as in the state
where it was made, except that it can only be enforced in this state
by an action or special proceeding.
   (b) The authority of a guardian, conservator, or committee, or of
a personal representative, does not extend beyond the jurisdiction of
the government under which that person was invested with authority,
except to the extent expressly authorized by statute.



1913.  (a) Subject to subdivision (b), the effect of a judicial
record of a sister state is the same in this state as in the state
where it was made, except that it can only be enforced in this state
by an action or special proceeding.
   (b) The authority of a guardian, conservator, or committee, or of
a personal representative, does not extend beyond the jurisdiction of
the government under which that person was invested with authority,
except to the extent expressly authorized by Article 4 (commencing
with Section 2011) of Chapter 8 of Part 3 of Division 4 of the
Probate Code or another statute.

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