Relative Sample Clauses

Relative. Relative means any spouse, defacto spouse, parent, child, or any parent or child of a spouse or defacto spouse.
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Relative. An adult who is related to a child by blood, adoption, or affinity within the fifth degree of kinship, including stepparents, stepsiblings and all relatives whose status is preceded by the words “great,” “great-great,” or “grand” or the spouse of any of those persons even if the marriage was terminated by death or dissolution, as defined in WIC Section 11400.
Relative. Employees are eligible for one (1) workday of paid bereavement leave for the death of the employee’s uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, or first cousin. Any employee who is already off when bereavement leave is called for (this includes all types of time off except regular days off) shall have the option to cancel their scheduled leave and use their entitled bereavement leave. The Chief of Emergency Services or his designee may grant leave at his discretion. Extended leave given by the Chief shall not be deducted from any other days off to which the employee is entitled.
Relative. The term “Relative” means the spouse of an Employee and the parents, grandparents, children and brothers and sisters of an Employee or spouse.‌
Relative. Parents, husband, wife, cohabitee, registered partner, children and siblings are considered relatives. Sickness ‘Sickness’ means a deterioration of the state of health, physical or mental, which has been observed for the first time by a physician or a registered psychologist, which is not to be regarded as an accidental injury according to these conditions. The sickness is deemed to have occurred on the date when the deterioration was observed by a physician or a registered psychologist. A bodily injury which has been caused voluntarily is not regarded as sickness. Sicknesses which are medically linked are counted as one and the same sickness claim. Voluntary group scheme insurance Group scheme insurance for which group members apply themselves through a personal application or by not declining insurance. Waiting period Waiting period is the period the insurance must have been in force before the right to compensation arises. Work disablement ‘Work disablement’ means that the work capacity of the insured has been eliminated or impaired due to sickness or accidental injury. Euro Accident’s assessment will normally follow the rules for national insurance and the decision of the Social Insurance Agency of the right to sickness or rehabilitation benefit, activity compensation, sickness compensation or other compensation due to inability to work. Periods with sick pay are also regarded as inability to work. The impairment is assessed, unless otherwise stated, in accordance with Chapter 7, Section 3 of the National Insurance Act. In order to establish the right to compensation Euro Accident may request that the insured attends an examination at a specially assigned physician.
Relative. “Relative” for these purposes means an individual who is related to an elected member of the Tribal government as a father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, first cousin, nephew, niece, husband, wife, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, stepfather, stepmother, stepsister, half brother or half sister.
Relative. In relation to any Person, any spouse, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, brother or sister of such Person, or the spouse of any of the foregoing.
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Relative. As defined by US Office of Personnel management(Appendix 6)
Relative. Care provided in the home of the child by a relative. Provider ID#:
Relative. The RELATIVE program was used in general mode to calculate the natural log likelihood of any pair of individuals within or between pedigrees having any particular relationship. Data was input in LINKAGE format with the addition of a further required file describing the individuals to be compared.
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