Physical Custody


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Physical Custody

The taxpayer with whom a child lives is considered to have physical custody.
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The accused persons have been remanded into physical custody with NAB till 8th December, 2015.
The accused person will be produced before the Honorable Accountability Courts for obtaining physical custody.
The courts will always act in the best interests of the child and, therefore, unless given reason to believe otherwise, they find the best interests of a child lie in remaining in the physical custody of the mother, while being under the guardian's (father's) supervision.
Nearly half of those bills (12) would create a presumption that shared custody is in the best interest of the child, while other laws require or allow the court to order joint legal and physical custody unless there is a safety issue.
Rula had refused to give up physical custody of her five-year-old daughter, Dina, to her ex-husband.
Sonni has reportedly filed the papers in court to end the marriage and she has also asked for the physical custody of their daughter, Ava Berlin.
The Contractor shall assume the liability for any loss of the securely sealed container(s) from the time Contractor signs for and receives physical custody of the sealed container(s) until the time when the County or its designated consignee takes physical possession of the sealed container(s) and signs the Contractor s receipt.
Though she now has physical custody of her daughter again, Ms.
The Japanese family courts awarded Toshiro 100% physical custody of his sons as of a court order dated May 15, 2014.
The couple had otherwise agreed when they split in 2010 that Bristol would have primary physical custody.
He is also contesting her bid for full physical custody of their daughter Morgan, 16, and her demand that he pay her legal fees.
Linda is seeking joint legal and physical custody of their son Chance, 15, as well as spousal support.