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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The judge today ordered that same doctor do another forensic custody evaluation to update his first report from 2013.
Senator Risa should now turn over their custody to the DOJ and NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) because the Delos Santos family has chosen our office to handle their case,' she said Thursday.
Regarding custody service innovation, ICBC has relied on its own IT system to fully optimize processes from home to abroad and from marketing to operations, which has significantly increased operational efficiency.
Citi says that its Integrated Custody programme seeks to leverage the strength of Citi's global operations, technology platforms, and proprietary custody network to improve client experience through an enhanced custody model delivering accuracy, risk mitigation and market intimacy while maintaining efficiency and flexibility.
have laws specifically allowing courts to award joint custody.
The researchers first recorded the phenomenon in 1998, when their results showed that mother-only custody agreements had dropped from 80% in 1986 to 74% in 1994.
Common findings in Police Custody: Hear directly from HMIP on common findings in police custody in order to prepare for the next inspection
Staffordshire's Independent Custody Visitors (ICVs) published more than 20 live updates on their new Twitter account @CustodyVisitors.
The police had sought the extension of the trio's custody for three days.
Mothers are 4-5 times more likely to receive sole custody when the father has a history of arrests; fathers, in contrast, are nearly 10 times more likely to get custody if the mother has been involved with family services, found Dr.
Using the example a different way, one can show that the system can have adequate capacity even though the population does not match custody levels.
South Wales Police Authority's Independent Custody Visiting volunteers went to custody suites 477 times in 2010-11.