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Contact (law) print that page

In family law , contact (or in the United States , visitation ) is one of the general terms which denotes the level of contact a parent or other significant person in a child's life can have with that child. Contact forms part of the bundle of rights and privileges which a parent may

wikipedia.org | 2011/5/13 11:39:27

Zoophilia and the law print that page

Because it is easy to determine when there is a law against, but (for reasons discussed) often less easy to reliably identify when it is legally acceptable, this article focuses upon laws against zoophilia activity and does not attempt to address where it may be legal. Only in a few confirmed

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/26 2:21:16

Shared residency in English law print that page

need for the Court to make an Order. The issue of hostility was addressed in Re M (Intractable Contact Dispute: Interim Care Order) (2003) 2 FLR 636, which provides for the making of an order under s37 Children Act 1989 inviting the local authority to investigate and report. Wall J. found

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/17 21:20:17

University of Iowa College of Law print that page

one-course elective in the second semester. Iowa surpasses the ABA minimum standards for student contact with faculty. The law school has a high course requirement for graduation (84 credit hours), a long semester (14 weeks), and a long classroom period (60 minutes). The law school traditionally

wikipedia.org | 2011/4/17 18:37:18

California Shine the Light law print that page

to the customer's creditworthiness, assets, income, or liabilities [ edit ] Notification and Contact Points The law requires that a business establish designated contact point—email address, a mailing address, or a phone or fax number—where they may direct Information-Sharing Disclosure

wikipedia.org | 2011/4/6 5:38:26

Family law system in England and Wales print that page

The family law system is in this article used to refer to the laws, procedures and rules governing family matters as well as the authorities, agencies and groups which participate in or influence the outcome of private disputes or social decisions involving family law . Such a view of family

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/3 5:25:42

Law clerk print that page


A law clerk or a judicial clerk is a person who provides assistance to a judge in researching issues before the court and in writing opinions . Law clerks are not court clerks or courtroom deputies, who are administrative staff for the court. Most law clerks are recent law school graduates

Cassie's law print that page

where by θ 1 is the contact angle for component 1 with areal fraction γ 1 and θ 2 is the contact angle for component 2 with areal fraction γ 2 present in the composite material. This equation takes on special meaning when in a 2-component system one component is air with a contact

wikipedia.org | 2011/4/14 2:12:06

Law enforcement in the United Kingdom print that page


In the United Kingdom , every person has limited powers of arrest if they see an indictable crime being committed [ 1 ]  – these are called "every person powers", commonly referred to as a " citizen's arrest ". In England and Wales, the vast majority of attested constables enjoy full

Children Act 1989 print that page

Contents 1 Existing UK Legislation 2 Proposed new UK legislation 3 Residence versus contact 4 References 5 External links Existing UK Legislation In chronological order: Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 [2] , law concerning the division of matrimonial assets during divorce

wikipedia.org | 2011/10/3 19:24:47