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The court agreed to place her in the care of the public conservator under what’s known as an LPS conservatorship, a civil program for Californians who suffer from biological brain disorders.
Some aspects of the conservatorship have changed over the years, but Spears’ father remains at the center, having served as conservator of both her person and estate.
Court filings stated that Britney would not be able to afford Wallet as a conservator due to her decision not to perform.
To be a museum conservator, exercise fanatic, or just a dedicated daily dental flosser is to be more Sisyphus than Ponce de León.
Likewise, a legally appointed guardian or conservator of an insane inventor may apply for and obtain a patent in trust for him.
He thinks himself a great man because a great conservator of order.
It is easy to be a conservator of the discomforts of others; indeed, it is only our good qualities we find it irksome to conserve.
EDINBURGHROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
They were signed by father Fray Pedro de Muriel, by order of the judge conservator appointed to prevent the said visit.
The judge-conservator proclaimed the cause at an end, and sentenced his province to be suppressed.
He declared against the archbishop, saying that the judge-conservator had used no fuerza.

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