What is a Curator Bonis?

Curator bonis is a legal term used in South Africa to refer to a person appointed by the court to manage the financial and legal affairs of someone who is unable to do so themselves due to mental incapacity or other reasons.

The curator bonis acts as a legal representative and fiduciary for the person in need, safeguarding their best interests by managing their financial assets, making financial decisions, and handling legal matters on their behalf.

If you are acting as a curator bonis it is imperative to have the correct professional indemnity insurance in place.

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