maintenance order

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maintenance order

n (Law) → obbligo degli alimenti
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"We think there should have been a maintenance order served a long time ago but various factors intervened such as an application to site an ATM in the window, which was rejected.
Contract notice: framework agreement for maintenance order forms, troubleshooting and repair of sectional doors, metal curtains and gates in the town of crolles
Nigel Dyer QC, for the husband, argued that the maintenance order should end in two years' time and that Mrs Waggott should start supporting herself.
According to sources, the suspects had allegedly submitted 55 maintenance order documents and authorisation letters containing false information to TM to remove the cables from the company's warehouse from 2016 until March last year.
"This is the start of a long-term relationship between Hitachi and Hull Trains and, following our recent train and maintenance order from FirstGroup's TransPennine Express franchise, another sign of our strong commitment to the Northern Powerhouse."
A REMARKABLE story was told before Wallasey magistrates today, when Margaret Kate Ennion, the daughter of a Seacombe upholsterer, applied for a maintenance order against her husband, Thomas Ennion.
This first maintenance order from Saudi follows on the heels of the news that Bombardier has appointed Flying Colours Corp, and subsidiary US-based JetCorp Technical Services, as Authorized Service Facilities (ASF), for Learjet and Challenger business jets.
Where a maintenance order is in existence, she can apply to the court to vary the amount you pay - upwards, obviously.
On Wednesday, the Peshawar High Court had directed the authorities to release Ziaullah, Rizwanullah and Hayatullah, terming their detention as 'illegal' and 'unconstitutional' under Section 3 of the Public Maintenance Order.
In England, the wife normally gets a maintenance order for life - effectively a share of her ex's future earnings.
In Alberta, prior to the enactment of the Family Law Act on October 1, 2005, the support entitlement of a child of unmarried parents or of parents not going through divorce rested in either the Parentage and Maintenance Act, or the Maintenance Order Act.
Yesterday, at Smethwick, Arthur Adam Haden, silversmith, of Windmill Lane, was summoned by his wife, Clara Lousia Haden, for persistent cruelty, and she applied for a judicial separation and maintenance order. Mr J S Sharpe, for the defendant, said that as the parties had been married only three years a settlement of their differences might be worked out.

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