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a person who is legally responsible for the person or property of another considered by law to be incompetent to manage his or her affairs

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HSA trustees or custodians that do not sponsor high-deductible plans may (not must) request proof or certification that an individual is eligible to contribute.
Jump in and help your custodians and grounds crew set up chairs and move bleachers or tables in various projects.
For instance, in Portland, custodians lined up at meetings promising retribution if outsourcing became a reality.
The origins of the abusive contract that favor custodians lie in the 19th century, when custodians lived in the schools because coal-burning furnaces required constant tending.
The new requirements represent a joint effort over the past year between Freddie Mac's staff and special task forces of MBA's Document Custodian Subcommittee, which consists of both document custodians and seller/servicers.
Evaluating the global custodians If you've decided to go global and you want to take advantage of the services of a global custodian, there are several things you should look for.
Once a legal hold has been placed, the solution analyzes all electronic communication created by custodians before they are sent.
The post-crisis move towards greater transparency and maximum disclosure means that custodians are under increasing pressure to provide detailed information, in near real-time, about the multiple counterparties involved in a transaction, ensuring visibility across all sub-custody activities.
Tell that to Evan Smith, plant manager at Grant High School, where graffiti and occasional trash fires keep custodians busy.
This new study now confirms that custodians also are not at significant risk from incidental and unintentional disruption of asbestos.
Add to this scenario the changing landscape of the thrift and banking industries, and you will find custodians in the thick of due diligence reviews and mass portfolio transfers.
a leading provider of documentation tracking solutions for custodians, vault managers and mortgage bankers.
May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 300 University of California at Berkeley custodians -- many forced to work two jobs, collect recycling cans and eat at soup kitchens in order to support their families -- are calling on UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau to explain to graduating law students at Boalt Hall why he refuses to end poverty wages for the school's custodial staff.
If it's done right, this movie could be to school custodians what ``Stand By Me'' was to teachers.