custody

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custody

1. the act of keeping safe or guarding, esp the right of guardianship of a minor
2. the state of being held by the police; arrest (esp in the phrases in custody, take into custody)

care, custody, and control

Describes a standard exclusion in liability insurance policies. Under this exclusion, the liability insurance does not apply to damage to property in the care or custody of the insured, or to damage to property over which the insured is for any purpose exercising physical control.
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One of the custodial officers, Corporal Rukia Yussuf Abdi Aden, said she had been taught resilience as a coping mechanism in a male-dominated environment.
We are delighted to extend our established and award winning experience to custodial deposit protection in England and Wales.
Asset custody business has been growing significantly in China, with the growth of custodial assets surging over 50 percent for three straight years, the Association said in a report.
Among the suggestions made by Singhvi were installation of CCTV cameras in every police station, automatic suspension and departmental proceedings against errant cops, and a directive to lower courts to adopt a " zero tolerance" approach in complaints of custodial excesses.
Child support payments were critical to custodial parents in poverty, accounting for two-thirds (66.
David Kelly, 47, from Southern Crescent, Toxteth 1 x CTPTCOJ - Six- year custodial.
said: "The Prison Reform Trust is incredibly pleased that the number of custodial sentences has dropped so much because we believe that imprisonment should be reserved for children who have committed serious violent crimes.
Divorce attorneys do not always know how child support payments made directly to a custodial parent interact with "means-tested" government benefit programs like SSI and Medicaid, or that these unintended consequences can be avoided with a few careful steps.
152-4, clarified the "counting nights" rule to identify a custodial parent.
The custodial or judicial deaths are quite common in all countries and there is no need for BBC or anybody else to bring only India under the microscope.
But by throwing in a recommendation to outsource custodial services in the Worcester public schools, the bureau's report immediately lost all credibility.
The program also provides cost recovery for state and federal government through retention of all or most child support dollars paid when custodial families receive cash assistance through Title IV-A.