Noun(1) the custodian of a collection (as a museum or library(2) someone appointed by a court to assume responsibility for the interests of a minor or incompetent person
(1) the court does not need to appoint a conservator to handle an incapacitated person's affairs(2) The conservator then uses scientific analysis and research to evaluate and determine the best procedure to stabilize or retard the deterioration of the artifact.(3) The conservator or guardian is responsible for that elder's finances, his or her person, or both.(4) For a period of time in this time frame I held power of attorney for my mother and in 1986 I was appointed conservator of all of my parents' real assets.(5) In addition, a full-time conservator would oversee the preservation and conservation of the City Archives.(6) Cement repairs to old buildings are a conservator 's nightmare, as the modern material does not ‘breathe’ like traditional mortars, and water damage to ancient walls is often the result.(7) On November 2, 1993, the respondent was appointed conservator , and he served in that fiduciary position until July 1, 1998, when a successor guardian was appointed.(8) He does not complain of lack of visitation; only that he was not appointed managing conservator .(9) If you become mentally or physically incapacitated and you have not prepared a POA, the courts may designate a guardian or conservator to handle your affairs, and this person may not be the person you would have chosen.(10) The commission granted ten days for the government, the chief conservator of forests and police officials involved in the case to respond to the interim report.(11) The law in Texas is that a child who is 12 years of age or older may choose his own managing conservator , subject to approval by the court.(12) a paper conservator(13) Topics for advocacy may include protection of rights, finding the best nursing home, or telling court personnel one's opinion of a proposed conservator or guardian.(14) Speakers included a researcher in art history, Fine Arts lecturers, the conservator and director of the Government museum, a dancer, a painter and an HR consultant.(15) He was appointed conservator on March 28, 1933.(16) As nurses, we need to be knowledgeable about the legal implications of advance directives, living wills, health care agent, and conservator of person.
(1) conservator :: コンサベーター
1. curator ::
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