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conservator

(kon-ser'va-tor)
A person appointed by the courts to manage the affairs of another person (called the conservatee), esp. if there is strong evidence that the conservatee is incapable of managing his or her own affairs.
See: guardianship
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1) Is there a suitable (there's no case law but likely qualified and able to satisfy the duties of a conservator) and willing person with priority for appointment as conservator?
" However, the judge failed to clearly state the legal standard required to prove a conservator's account.
have been designed with large windows so that the conservators and their work are always on display.
Safdar Ali Shah, Chief Conservator Wildlife Khyber Pakhtunkhwa presented on the Restoration of forest ecosystem through establishment of forest enclosures under the Billion Tree Afforestation project.
Talking to The Nation, Conservator Azeem Bhangoo said he had recently been posted there after the transfer of former conservator Gul Noor.
Conservators and receivers of insurance companies or mutual benefit associations (MBA) under rehabilitation may opt to reinsure the outstanding policies of the companies they handle if warranted, according to the Insurance Commission (IC).
The municipal record of monuments kept by the Office of the Capital Conservator of Monuments covers over 11,000 immovable objects from the Warsaw area.
Enter the art conservator, the quiet hero who spends countless hours performing delicate work to restore and conserve damaged pieces of art.
Any public agency, including the public guardian, public conservator or other agency of the State of California or of a county of California or any regional center as defined in WC Sec.
"Unfortunately he used a very irreversible material - epoxy has a very high property for attaching and is used on metal or stone but I think it wasn't suitable for an outstanding object like Tutankhamun's golden mask," one conservator said.
"Unfortunately he used a very irreversible material--epoxy has a very high property for attaching and is used on metal or stone but I think it wasn't suitable for an outstanding object like Tutankhamun's golden mask," said one conservator.

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