. ANT complete loss of consortium; Total loss of consortium The term “youth1” may also designate young people collectively. . The term is used in this sense only for the masculine. One can also, especially in the case of ambiguities, say “father or mother” as a parent (in the singular). However, “father and mother” for parents (plural) should be avoided, as parents may be of the same sex. . The symbols and abbreviations of the user guide that you can consult by clicking on the button above can be found in the entries of the lexicon. In this lexicon, we exceptionally find the following symbols and abbreviations: NOTE The relationship between a parent – father or mother – and a particular child. . This Agreement may be amended by mutual agreement. DIST interim order; Adoption of interim measures.
. DIST Interim Order for Follow-up Assistance; interim measures to facilitate follow-up; the publication of immunity order; the publication ban; in summary proceedings; interlocutory order; the interim order; Referral order. . NOTE Both parents participate in decision-making regarding children and participate in their ongoing care. According to federal child guidelines, children must live with each parent at least 40% of the time. Navigation menu to get to the various terms of the lexicon arranged in alphabetical order. . NOTE The assumption of responsibility for the Office and the obligation to be a parent; includes maternity and paternity.
country of origin of the ANT; country of origin; Sending country Adjustment of fishing opportunities by mutual agreement NOTE The relationship of a parent with a given child; includes maternity and paternity. . Mutually agreed review of fishing opportunities Standard term analysis files posted on the CTTJ website. . See also views of the child report; Children`s assessment voices; Voice of the child`s report. NOTE Both parents participate in decisions concerning children and care for them. Under federal child support guidelines, children must live with each parent for at least 40 to 100 of the time. The web addresses listed below are listed as references only. Over time, the links could no longer work due to changes or updates to the websites they return.. . .
. NOTE The term “trust” may be used if it is clear that the trustee also owns title to the assets he manages. . NOTE Refers to consortium from an individual perspective. If youth1 is used collectively, we can render it as “boys” or “youth”. See also the assessment of the child`s position; report on the child`s position; Child`s Word Report Nota There are several children and each parent has sole custody of at least one of them. . The borrowings are presented in the English and French texts in Italian. English terms are presented in italics in French texts. The Standardization Committee would like to thank the members of the Users` Committee for their opinion. The contribution of the legal centres to this project was made possible thanks to the support of the Canadian Department of Justice under the Access to Justice in Both Official Languages Fund.
See also views of the child assessment; see the child report; voice of the child`s report. . The analytical documents on which the Committee for Standardization for the Standardization of French Correspondence was based can be consulted on the CTTJ website. NOTE The party receiving some income or asset, for self and/or others. . . NOTA Cohabitation extra-conjugale après la dissolution d’un mariage. . . .