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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)
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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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Bhatt is an accused in the 1989 custodial death case when he was posted as the additional superintendent of police in Gujarat's Jamnagar.
He added that it is the standard operating procedure of the PNP to not allow media interviews during the transport of De Lima from the custodial center to the court.
He recognised that it was a serious offence but pointed out that Weir had never served a custodial sentence before.
The long-term 'AA'/Stable Outlook ratings assigned to the Floater and Residual Certificates are based on the rating that Fitch has assigned to Custodial Receipts deposited in the trust.
It may be recalled that Trillanes and some of his fellow accused in the Oakwood mutiny and Manila Peninsula siege stayed for several years at the Custodial Center before then-President Aquino granted an amnesty for them.
* The custodial parent signs Form 8332, Release/ Revocation of Release of Claim to Exemption for Child by Custodial Parent (or a substantially similar document), stating that he or she will not claim the exemption for the child, and the noncustodial parent attaches a copy of the form to his or her own original or amended return for each year he or she claims the exemption and/or child tax credit.
In recent years, third degree torture and custodial deaths have become an intrinsic part of police investigations and the injury inflicted on the prisoners is sometimes unbearable.
The "Onkod Plan" is currently being drafted and shall establish a structure for all custodial corps in Somalia.
Total custodial assets of China's banking industry have surged last year by nearly 55 as compared to a year ago, Xinhua has reported.
He sought the implementation of a series of guidelines to clamp down on custodial excesses, which according to a report filed in the court resulted in the death of 15,352 persons in the past six years.
The latest in the series of such disturbing news is that the victims of custodial deaths in Maharashtra appear to be only from the minority community.