custodianship

[n] - the position of custodian
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custodianship

In the UK, former legal status granted to an adult for the care of children not one's own by birth, separate from adoption. In l984 in the UK effect was given to the provision under the Children's...
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Custodianship

Cus·to'di·an·ship noun Office or duty of a custodian.
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custodianship

noun the position of custodian
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Custodianship

• (n.) Office or duty of a custodian.
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custodianship

custodianship 1. A situation in which someone is entrusted with guarding and keeping property or records. 2. A position in which there is a responsibility for the custody or guardianship of prisoners or inmates.
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