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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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the custodian of a collection (as a museum or library)

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someone appointed by a court to assume responsibility for the interests of a minor or incompetent person

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To achieve this objective, a conservator is empowered by law to exercise all powers necessary to preserve the assets of the company,' he added.
Charity Munyasia - Deputy Chief Conservator of Forests
The Warsaw conservator then will apply to the provincial conservator to enter the ghetto area in the register of protected monuments.
Conservation is the profession and the starting point for a conservator, whereas restoration describes parts of the process.
For the first time conservators from every branch in the museum will take over the main hall of the museum to showcase their work in displays and family activities.
A person who acts as a conservator of the person, the estate, or person and estate, or guardian of the estate, or person and estate for two or more individuals at the same time who are not related to the fiduciary or to each other is required to be licensed as a Professional Fiduciary [PC 6501(f)(1)].
The mask should have been taken to the conservation lab but they were in a rush to get it displayed quickly again and used this quick drying, irreversible material," the conservator added.
At the same time, the BNB Governing Council reshuffled the teams of conservators in order to speed p and optimize their work.
When evidence exists indicating a person is no longer capable of managing his or her own affairs due to illness, age, or decreased capacity, a court can appoint a conservator to step in -- and that's an outcome no one wants to see.
Conservation analyses and treatments of the paintings and their original frames will take place in the museum's Fuller Conservation Laboratory by members of WAM's paintings conservation team: Rita Albertson, chief conservator/paintings conservator; Philip Klausmeyer, conservation scientist/paintings conservator; and Birgit Strahle, assistant paintings conservator.
Fontainbleau Palace's conservator Vincent Droguet said he noted a finish of white and green, Catherine's colours, when the grime was cleaned off the pin.
Peering up scaffolding, visiting tourists can often catch a glimpse of a conservator at work.
The art conservator trained the city's art maintenance staff to care for the work while they assisted her.
The keynote speaker will be Brian Considine, senior conservator of decorative arts and sculptures at the J.
Jamie was made conservator of Britney's estate in January after she suffered a public meltdown and lost custody of her children, two-year-old Sean Preston and one-year-old Jayden James.
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