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family provision

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family provision

Provision for the Family

The cost-effectiveness of family planning service provision

Poverty, family dysfunction, and state provision for neglected children

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Dyadic Relationship Scale: A Measure of the Impact of the Provision and Receipt of Family Care

Inadequacies in the provision of information to stroke patients and their families

The Law Commission’s report on intestacy and family provision: three layers of trust law reform

Does human resource management improve family planning service quality? Analysis from the Kenya Service Provision Assessment 2010

‘Trying to make it all come together’: structuration and employed mothers' experience of family food provisioning in Canada

The Effects of Family Conflict Resolution and Decision Making on the Provision of Help for an Elder With Alzheimer's Disease

Peregrine Horden and Richard Smith, editors. The Locus of Care: Families, Communities, Institutions, and the Provision of Welfare Since Antiquity. (Studies in the Social History of Medicine.) New York: Routledge. 1998. Pp. x, 287. $24.99

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Provision made by the courts out of the estate of a deceased person in favour of his family or dependants. The court may award a family provision if it is satisfied that the provision made for the applicant either by the deceased person or by the law of intestacy is, in the circumstances, unreasonable.

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