conservator

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A judge delegated by the pope to defend certain privileged classes of persons from manifest or notorious injury or violence, without recourse to a judicial process
One who conserves, preserves or protects something
A person appointed by a court to manage the affairs of another; similar to a guardian but with some powers of a trustee
A professional who works on the conservation and restoration of objects, particularly artistic objects
Person appointed to manage the finances of another
an adult person or financial institution appointed by a court, who is responsible for a minor child's property until that child becomes an adult In some states this position is referred to as "guardian of the estate "
An individual or a trust institution appointed by a court to care for and manage the property of an incompetent person, in the same way as a guardian cares for and manages the property of a minor
One who is legally responsible for the care and well-being of another person If appointed by a court, the Conservator is under the court's supervision May also be called a Guardian (Duties and titles can vary by state For example, in Missouri, there is a Guardian of the person and a Conservator of the estate )
means a person appointed by the court to administer the estate of a minor or an adult who is incapacitated
A person appointed by the court to take care of a conservatee and/or property of one who is unable to care for himself or herself
One who has an official charge of preserving the rights and privileges of a city, corporation, community, or estate
A person professionally responsible for the physical preservation of collection items for their evidential or informational content
someone appointed by a court to assume responsibility for the interests of a minor or incompetent person
A guardian; protector; preserver Person appointed by a court to manage the estate of one who is unable to manage property and business affairs effectively
(1) Generally, an individual or a trust institution appointed by a court to care for property (2) Specifically, an individual or a trust institution appointed by a court to care for and manage the property of an incompetent person, in the same way as a guardian cares for an manages the property of a minor
A professional whose primary occupation is the practice of conservation and who, through specialized education, knowledge, training, and experience, formulates and implements all the activities of conservation in accordance with an ethical code such as the AIC Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice
A guardian or protector appointed by a court to manage the affairs of an incapacitated or incompetent person A conservator’s authority ceases immediately upon the death of the incapacitated person
A guardian, protector, preserver or receiver appointed by a court to administer the person and property of another (usually an incapable adult) and to ensure that the property will be properly managed A conservator may not need a real estate license to sell the protected real estate, although the sale does require court approval
{i} protector, guardian, custodian; person who restores and maintains antiquities and works of art
Is a person appointed by the court to manage only the property and the finances of an incapacitated person or minor [Top of Page]
A guardian, court appointed  
the custodian of a collection (as a museum or library)
the person or corporate fiduciary appointed in a will or by the court to have custody of the assets of a minor or incapacitated person
A person or institution appointed by a court that is responsible for an adult who has been deemed unable to look after his or her own affairs
Someone appointed to manage an insurer deemed by law or court action to be in danger of failure (LE)
An individual who has legal authority to manage and preserve another individual's assets, pursuant to appointment by a probate court A conservator is typically appointed when an individual, by reason of advanced age, mental weakness or physical incapacity, is unable to properly care for his property This individual (commonly referred to as "the ward~') need not be legally incompetent A conservator does not have custody of the person for whose benefit the conservatorship is established Compare guardian
A person professionally responsible for the physical preservation of collection items or their informational content
One who preserves from injury or violation; a protector; a preserver
An individual appointed by the court to administrate the affairs of an incapacitated adult
A person appointed by the court to protect and preserve the property of an individual physically incapacitated or otherwise unable to handle his or her own affairs
An individual or institution named by a court to manage the property of a person who is adjudged incapable of handling his or her own affairs
A person appointed by the court to care for the person and/or property of an incompetent adult or an adult unable to care for their person or property because of health
an entity or individual who is court-appointed to legally hold, manage, and safeguard the value of another person's property
An officer who has charge of preserving the public peace, as a justice or sheriff
A conservator is someone whose job is to clean and repair historical objects or works of art
Court appointed custodian of property belonging to a person determined to be unable to properly manage his or her property (8)
conservator-ward relation
the responsibility of a conservator to act in the best interests of the ward
conservatorship
The legal status of a conservator, similar to guardianship or trusteeship
conservators
plural of conservator
natural conservator
parents that are naturally legally responsible for their children's well-being
conservator