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Finding the absence of exigent circumstance, Talwani turned to the question of whether the community caretaking exception to the warrant requirement applied.
Two points unite the approximation rule and the primary caretaker test and distinguish both from the standard approach: (1) past caretaking is deemed the essential criterion, and absent some serious problem, custody is awarded on that basis alone; and (2) courts assess past caretaking by counting the relative percentage of time each parent did specific, detailed childcare tasks.
(29) In addition, the ALI Principles joined the emerging trend to substitute the traditional win-lose categories of custody (win) and visitation (lose) with terminology that reflects the assumption that both parents have a meaningful caretaking role.
This measure was created to assess demographic information and the degree of involvement in caretaking for children by grandparents.
Not having a place to go, a friend asked us to stay with them until we could find a place to rent or another caretaking job.
The action comes as a dispute involving the college caretaking staff entered its second week.
As well as the 37 hours a week he spends on his caretaking duties Mr Tate also works 10 hours a week as a classroom assistant working directly with pupils.
Enquiries concerning rent account/arrears, estate management, estate caretaking, anti-social behaviour, tenancy issues, right to buys should be made to the new office.
In their words, "Transactions between the child and his caretaking environment serve to break or maintain the linkage between earlier trauma and later disorder and must, according to this view, be taken into account if successful predictions [about child development] are to be made."
Despite the rich history of care that has characterized the profession, social work has not been able to convey adequately its knowledge of the modest yet complex tasks involved in its role of social caretaking. The dominant voice of the formal culture, particularly in its emphasis on rationality and logic, does not create sufficient space or legitimacy for the experience of domestic and social caretaking to be conveyed.
We have to decide as a society about shifts in responsibility for caretaking, shifts in resources, and shifts in costs.
Since Web art goes against traditional notions of curatorship as caretaking and pedagogy, the immediate question is how to display a network outside the archaic system of exhibition.