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Synonyms for conservator

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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The process of placing a company under conservatorship is primarily aimed at restoring the viability of the company and allows the Commission, through the appointed conservator, to become more directly involved in the management of the company," Funa said.
The five insurance companies were ordered to cease from issuing new and renewing any kind or character of insurance business and were placed under conservatorship after the Commission's verification that they failed to comply with the mandated increase in net woarth requirement of P550 million.
Members and customers of the Ukrainian Future Credit Union with questions about this conservatorship should contact the Warren Headquarters at 586-757-1980.
The overriding aim of conservatorship should be to enable the government to achieve a period of calm in the market, during which an effective restructuring of the steel sector can take place, and which over medium-term is commercially viable and over the longer-term is economically essential.
The number of 60-plus-days-delinquent loans declined 3 percent during the final quarter of 2014, ending at the lowest level since the start of conservatorship.
Bynes was confined to psychiatric hold five months in July 2013, after which her conservatorship was given to her mother.
One way to make sure a conservatorship is as painless as possible is to have the client nominate his or her own conservator.
The mum of two's father was initially granted a conservatorship order - a legal agreement where a parent or guardian looks after the financial affairs of their child - in 2008.
A court filing by Amanda Bynes' parents says they are ''deeply concerned'' that their actress daughter is a danger to herself and others, and she needs to be placed in a conservatorship.
London, July 25 ( ANI ): Amanda Bynes' parents, who are "sick with worry", are now considering getting a conservatorship over their troubled daughter, it has been revealed.
government to place these two government-sponsored enterprises into federal conservatorship in an attempt to maintain their solvency and restore confidence in the mortgage and housing markets.
A probate judge overseeing Britney's conservatorship has ruled the singer's caretakers should not allow her to testify "under any circumstances".
Because Britney is under conservatorship in probate court, there has to be a hearing about the property, and anyone is free to attend and outbid the current offer.
This edition has added practice tips, comments, and forms, analysis of new cases interpreting Oregon's guardianship and conservatorship statutes, and discussions of amendments and additions to those statutes, including the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceeding Jurisdiction Act.
On September 6, 2008, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) placed the enterprises into conservatorship out of concern that their deteriorating financial condition ($5.