In care definition

In care means enrolled in the center, with the center providing supervision, either on or off the premises, for the safety and the developmental needs of the child or children.
In care means enrolled in the center, with the center providing supervision, either on or off the premises, including during center-provided transportation, for the safety and the

Examples of In care in a sentence

  • In care proceedings the local authority and guardian should be notified.

  • In care proceedings, the main hearing will be the hearing at which the court determines whether or not a section 31 order is made.

  • The Bidder shall deliver the sealed envelope to the Department as specified in the Advertisement for Bids as follows:(1) To the address specified,(2) In care of the official receiving the Proposals, and(3) By the date and time for opening Proposals.The Bidder shall return paper copies of the complete Proposal with all forms, Schedule of Prices filled out, and Signed.

  • Xxxxx if to any Subsidiary Guarantor, to such Subsidiary Guarantor: In care of Alamosa (Delaware), Inc.

  • In care of U.S. Bank National Association Two Xxxxxxx Xxxxx 0000 X.


More Definitions of In care

In care means that the child is under an interim or full care order or an emergency protection order made by the court. For more information see FRG advice sheet on Care (and related) proceedings http://www.frg.org.uk/need- help-or-advice/advice-sheets
In care means that the child is either: under a court order (an interim or full care order or an emergency protection order); or is in police protection. (For more information, see FRG advice sheet on Care (and related) proceedings http://www.frg.org.uk/need-help-or-advice/advice-sheets)
In care means that the child is under an interim or full care order or an emergency protection order and is looked after by Children’s Services;
In care means a child who is in the custody, care or guardianship of a director of the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
In care means children and young people looked after by a local authority on a voluntary basis (Section 20 of the Children Act 1989) or under a care order (Section 31 of the Children Act 1989). Section 22 of the Children Act 1989 defines the termlooked after child
In care means that the child is either: under a court order (an interim or full care order or an emergency protection order); or is in police protection. (For