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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 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.
The circular, the PNP said, prohibited courts from ordering the transfer of custodial prisoners to PNP.
The MQM members present at the meeting criticised Pakistan's military establishment on the custodial assassination of Dr Arif, who was a senior and eminent academician, a thinker, a writer and an intellect.
The establishment of a Custodial Inspector fulfils a key recommendation of the Palmer Report on the Risdon Prison Complex, and will focus on issues relating to the management, control and security of the State's prisons and youth detention centre, as well as the care and welfare of prisoners and detainees.
In his remarks, the Chief of the Custodial Corps, General Bashir Mohamed Jama, stressed the importance of a functional prisons service to the delivery of justice in the country and the rehabilitation of convicted offenders, before their reintegration into society.
Citing data released by the China Banking Association, the report said that the banking industry's custodial assets stood at CNY54.
Despite repeated judgments and directives passed by the court, laying down various guidelines for prevention of custodial violence and custodial deaths, the implementation by the various states appears to be extremely lax, resulting in a steady stream of cases of gross custodial violence," Singhvi's report said.
I would request the judges as also to the government of the India to take into account not only the custodial deaths in one state but also in all the jails in the country.
The previous set up of the Custodial Center allowed visits from 9 a.
Darren Alcock, 44, of Livingston Drive, Aigburth 8 x CTPTCOJ and 1x FBFR- 18-month custodial, 24-month driving ban.
Mr Grayling said: "It's outrageous that offenders who commit some truly horrific crimes in this country are automatically released from prison halfway through their custodial sentence, regardless of their behaviour, attitude and engagement in their own rehabilitation.
The parent was prosecuted under the Education Act 1996 for failing to ensure a child's attendance at school in the autumn term of 2011, and again on three counts in March 2012, where she received a six-week custodial sentence suspended for 12 months.