The office of a curator. Curatorship differs from tutorship, (q. v.,) in this; that the latter is instituted for the protection of property in the first place, and, secondly, of the person; while the former is iutended to protect, first, the person, and secondly, the property. 1 Lec. El. Dr. Civ. Rom. 241.

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