§551-22  Estates less than $100.  When the whole estate of a person over the age of eighteen for whom a conservator could be appointed does not exceed the value of $100, the court, in its discretion, without the appointment of a conservator or the giving of bond, may authorize the deposit thereof in a depository authorized to receive fiduciary funds in the name of a suitable person designated by the court, or if the assets do not consist of money, authorize the delivery thereof to a suitable person designated by the court.  The person receiving such money or other assets shall hold and dispose of the same in such manner as the court shall direct. [L 1965, c 6, §2; Supp, §338-5.5; HRS §551-22; am L 1976, c 200, pt of §1; am L 1977, c 144, §55; am L 2004, c 161, §18]