common law definition

common law. SPOUSE means two people who have cohabitated as spousal partners for a period of not less than one (1) year.
common law means the common law of England;
common law means the common law of the Island; “compulsory school age” see section 23 of the Education Act 2001;

More Definitions of common law

common law. SPOUSE means two people who have cohabitated as spousal partners for a period of not less than one (1) year. An employee shall not have more than one spouse at any time. DAY SHIFT means a shift in which the major portion occurs between 0700 and 1500 hours. DEMOTION means a change from an employee's position to one with a lower maximum salary level.
common law. SPOUSE means two people who have cohabitated as spousal partners for a period of not less than one (1) year. CONSOLIDATED CERTIFICATION means the certification awarded by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia to the Nurses
common law. SPOUSE means two people who have cohabited as spousal partners for a period of not less than one (1) year. DEMOTION a move from one position to another position with a lower salary. EMPLOYEE means a graduate nurse covered by the certification.
common law means a marriage-like relationship where the common-law spouses have been living together for one year or more.
common law. SPOUSE means two people who have cohabitated as spousal partners for a period of not less than one (1) year. DAY SHIFT means a shift in which the major portion occurs between 0700 and 1500 hours. DEMOTION means a change from an employee’s position to one with a lower maximum salary level. EMPLOYEE means any person who is covered by the certification awarded by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia (or any succeeding Acts).
common law means the common law in so far as it is in operation in Singapore and any custom or usage having the force of law in Singapore;
common law means cohabiting in a marriage-like relationship for at least 1 year;