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Meaning of Conservator

A guardian , protector, preserver. A person appointed to take care of the person and estate of one who is legally incompetent .

Conservator Alternative Definition

(Lat. eonservare, to preserve). A preserver; one whose business it is to attend to the enforcement of certain statutes. A delegated umpire or standing arbitrator, chosen to compose and adjust difficulties arising between two parties. Cowell. A guardian. So used in Connecticut. 3 Day (Conn.) 472; 5 Conn. 280; 3 Conn. 228; 12 Conn. 376.

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