Examples of Child or children in a sentence
Child" or "children" means a ((fireman's)) firefighter's child or children under the age of eighteen years, unmarried, and in the legal custody of such ((fireman)) firefighter at the time of his death or her death.
More Definitions of Child or children
Child or children means any person under the age of 18 years. Withrespect to matters notifiable to Family & Community Services (FACS), a child is defined as a person under 16 years of age.
Child or children means Certificate Holder’s unmarried children named as Person Covered on the Certificate of Takaful and unlimited no. of children, who aged six (6) months but less than twenty-three (23) years of age and who are primarily dependent on Certificate Holder for support and maintenance. The word “Child or children” shall mean Certificate Holder’s acknowledged natural children, step-children, legally adopted or foster children, provided such children are primarily dependent upon Certificate Holder for support and maintenance.