1) It means to care for, trouble about, and pay attention to. In practice the word relates to the legal term “curate ipsum”, which means “take care of you”, i.e. be well; be fine.
Also it refers to the term “cura personalis”, which literally means “care for the whole person”. This is the motto of the University of Scranton.
2) It means to manage, administer / provide money – applicable in the area of Financial Law..
3) It means to see to a thing being done / cure rest.