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VISITATION. The act of examining into the affairs of a corporation.
     2. The power of visitation is applicable only to ecclesiastical and eleemosynary corporations. 1 Bl. Com. 480; 2 Kid on Corp. 174. The visitation of civil corporations is by the government itself, through the medium of the courts of justice Vide 2 Kent, Com. 240.

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Three other prison facilities also canceled weekend visitations that occur once in July and August, according to (https://www.
5) Visitation is one of the few options caregivers have to try to lessen the impact of parental incarceration.
Securus says that remote visitations "create new investigative opportunities"; a company called Guarded Exchange has partnered with Securus to offer "behavior analysis" of video chats.
Relenting in the name of love, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has restored overnight conjugal visitation at the Muntinlupa City prison after months of withdrawing the privilege following raids at the facility late last year that yielded contraband goods and revealed luxury accommodations within the compound.
Israeli jails are denied family visitation by the Israeli authorities under the
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Five elements emerge clearly in this study of attitudes, concerns, hopes and fears engendered by the imposition of visitations on women religious by the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life.
113) The use of virtual visitations could expand due to increasing petitions, public awareness of the tool, and decreasing concern related to judicial restraint.
Although the law, in theory, doesn't sanction the mother to miss visitations, many argue that it gives women the upper hand.
to change schools, doctors, or friends since Richard and Rebecca live in close proximity We recognize that it is often difficult to organize time for visitations because of children's activities as they move toward adulthood.
10) Even where a child expresses unwillingness to spend time with the parent, courts will generally refuse to deny or suspend parents' visitations, which are routinely ordered over children's objections.
According to the Appellate Court, the "[t]estimony at trial established that petitioner perpetrated domestic violence against respondent while she was pregnant with the child and that, during one of the three prison visitations, he struck the child in the face.