Definition of "contutor"
  1. A co-guardian appointed to protect and manage the affairs of a certain individual, often a minor
How to use "contutor" in a sentence
  1. When both parents passed away, an uncle and aunt were designated as the boy's contutor.
  2. In case of disagreements, the court can appoint a contutor to act in the ward's best interests.
  3. After evaluating everything, the court decided a contutor was necessary for the benefit of the minor's estate.

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