visitation right


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Noun1.visitation right - the right granted by a court to a parent (or other relative) who is deprived of custody of a child to visit the child on a regular basis
legal right - a right based in law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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KUWAIT, Aug 6 (KUNA) -- The public authority for correctional houses abide by international charters and rules regarding treatment of rights of persons kept in enclosed quarters, namely visitation right, the Ministry of Interior affirmed on Thursday.
Stephen Elmo Averett, Grandparent Visitation Right Statutes, 13 BYU J.
In the petition, sent through their lawyer Inocencio Dela Cerna, the inmates said they have been stripped of their privileges especially their visitation rights.
My ex-wife's visitation rights over the kids are still being determined by the court pursuant to the pertinent SC [Supreme Court] administrative issuance.
I've advised him to divorce her so proper visitation rights can be agreed on.
The demands of the detainees include visitation rights, use of a public phone and ending solitary confinement and administrative detention, which is imprisonment without charges or trial.
He has applied for visitation rights in court, but all he gets is more dates.
At first, we were demanding visitation rights for prisoners.
JEDDAH: There has been a rise in the country's courts hearing personal rights cases involving women, including divorce, alimony, visitation rights and custody of children, according to experts.
And the following morning the CFS agency took away their visitation rights because they engaged me.
During the committee meeting, deputies heard that attempts by one parent to keep the other from seeing their child were not uncommon, and that the heavy workload of family courts, meant long delays in dealing with injunctions and violations of visitation rights, thus prolonging estrangement.