Minor children definition

Minor children means persons under the age of eighteen years.
Minor children means, in the case of sons of Native fathers, boys, who have not completed the age of sixteen years, and, in the case of daughters of Native fathers, girls who have not completed the age of thirteen years: In other cases it means unmarried children who have not completed the age of eighteen years:

Examples of Minor children in a sentence

  • Minor children is any child, whether natural or via adoption, of an Access Person, under the age of twenty-one years.

  • Minor children under the immediate supervision of their parent or legal guardian.

  • Minor children represented only by their parents may be bound only if their parents join with other competent persons in execution of the compromise.

  • Minor children of the employee, whether or not living in the same household, will be considered immediate family for purposes of regular sick leave.

  • Minor children are Members who are subject to the same limitations and exclusions provided in this Agreement.


More Definitions of Minor children

Minor children means, in the case of Africans, boys who have not attained the age of 14 years and girls who have not attained the age of 12 years.
Minor children means a person under the age of 18.
Minor children means a person(s) who is eighteen (18) years or younger at the time the notice is served.
Minor children. (未成年子女) means children who are under 18 years of age.
Minor children means a person(s) who is eighteen (18) years or younger at the time the notice of withdrawal of accommodations is served on the program.
Minor children means the following minor child or children, if any, of Tenant: N.A.
Minor children. ' means children under 18 or children over the age of 18 but still in high school.