Dependent Sample Clauses

Dependent for the purpose of this Agreement, dependent means a spouse, whether of the same or opposite gender, and children under eighteen (18) years of age, or twenty-four (24) years of age if the child is in full time attendance at a school or post-secondary institution or any child that remains in the direct care of the parent in the same household because the dependent is medically verified as disabled and under twenty-four (24) years of age.
Dependent. Any person who can be claimed as a Qualifying Child or Qualifying Relative on another’s federal tax return.
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Dependent. To be eligible to enroll as a Dependent, an individual must be one of the following:  A Subscriber’s legal spouse or a legal spouse for whom a court has ordered coverage.  A registered domestic partner.  A child by birth. Adopted child. Stepchild. Minor child for whom a court has ordered coverage. Child being Placed for Adoption with the Subscriber. A child for whom a court has appointed the Subscriber or the Subscriber’s spouse the legal guardian. The definition of Dependent is subject to the following conditions and limitations:  A Dependent includes any child listed above under the limiting age of 26.  A Dependent does not include anyone who is also enrolled as a Subscriber. No one can be a Dependent of more than one Subscriber.  A Dependent includes a Dependent child who is incapable of self-sustaining employment due to mental or physical handicap, chiefly dependent upon the Subscriber for economic support and maintenance, and who has satisfied all of the requirements of (a) or (b) below:
Dependent. Unless otherwise provided in this Article, a dependent shall include a spouse or civil union partner and/or a qualifying child to be defined as a child (natural, legally adopted, legal guardian thereof) under age 19. After age 19 there are separate eligibility requirements for medical plan(s) and dental/life insurance coverage.
Dependent for the purpose of this Agreement, dependent means a spouse, whether of the same or opposite gender, and children under eighteen (18) years of age, or twenty-four
Dependent. Unless otherwise provided in this Article, a dependent shall include a spouse or civil union partner and/or a qualifying child to be defined as a child (natural, legally adopted, legal guardian thereof) under age 19. After age 19 there are separate eligibility requirements for medical plan(s) and dental/life insurance coverage. Children who are eligible for medical insurance coverage include children under the age of 26 and unmarried. Children eligible for dental and life insurance coverage beyond age 19 until age 24 must be unmarried and a full-time student. For purposes of administration of the Flexible Spending Plan the definition of dependent is as defined by relevant federal law. A faculty member in a civil union is responsible to familiarize himself or herself with federal and state laws and regulations governing various benefits as the civil union partner may not be eligible for all benefits. further there may be increased tax liability for an employee who extends his/her benefits to cover a civil union partner or that partner’s/spouse's children. Additional information is available through Human Resource Services or its website.
Dependent. The spouse and dependent child1 and any other dependent as defined in the Taxation Act (R.S.Q., c. I-3) provided that the latter resides with the employee. However, for the purpose of this article, the income earned from a job by the employee’s spouse shall not nullify the latter’s status as dependent. The fact that a child attends a secondary school declared to be of public interest situated elsewhere than in the employee’s place of residence shall not nullify his or her status as dependent if no public secondary school is accessible where the employee lives. Moreover, the fact that a child attends preschool or elementary school, recognized of public interest, in a locality other than the employee’s place of residence shall not remove his or her status of dependent when no school recognized of public interest, preschool or elementary, as the case may be, is accessible in the child’s language of instruction (French or English) in the locality where the employee lives.
Dependent. (a) The term Dependent means a person who is: