Voluntary Termination

Voluntary Termination

A situation in which a person quits his/her job. One may undergo voluntary termination for any number of reasons, including finding a better job, dissatisfaction with one's current position, or retirement.
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Regarding elements of medical use (utensils to perform the procedures), the list of these is modified, proposed by the Senate, highlighting the incorporation of elements of Law 21.030, which regulates the decriminalization of voluntary termination of pregnancy in three cases .
Under a voluntary termination of the PFI agreement, Liverpool Council would be required to cover a number of areas of the contract including senior debt, swap breakage, shareholder compensation and potentially some subcontractor compensation.
Employees at Career Technology reported that operations at the company's factory in Guanyin have been shut down for more than two weeks and that 200 employees were forced to sign a voluntary termination of employment form so that the company could avoid paying severance.
- the depreciation rate used to calculate the expected valuation in the UK specific voluntary termination analysis has been widened to allow for a lower rate, reflecting the flattening observed in pools with more used cars
The first Libertarian Party platform in 1972 called for "the repeal of all laws restricting voluntary birth control or voluntary termination of pregnancies during their first hundred days," and it's not hard to see why a movement that holds such values as choice and autonomy sacred would come down on that side of the debate.
The quest for small family size among Pakistani women-is voluntary termination of pregnancy a matter of choice or necessity?
The voluntary termination of pregnancy is legal only in Cuba, Uruguay, Guyana and Puerto Rico.
In addition to this, voluntary C-section, multiple births and complications due to a previous voluntary termination of pregnancy are some general exclusions of maternity cover.
The Court of Appeals noted that a parent's mere admission to some of the allegations in a termination petition does not necessarily convert the proceeding into a voluntary termination, and held that the District Court did not err in admitting the stipulated facts.
The ambivalence of voluntary termination of pregnancy
The second woman, thirty years old, (one previous voluntary termination) was referred to the emergency obstetrics department with pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding in the past three days.
The quest for small family size among Pakistani women - is voluntary termination of pregnancy a matter of choice or necessity?
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