The act of maintaining; sustenance; support; defense; vindication.
That which maintains or supports; means of sustenance; supply of necessaries and conveniences.
Payments, such as child support or alimony, to a dependent child not living with one or to a divorced wife.
Contract: Please see our â€œMaintenance and Supportâ€ section for further information.
Support required to keep a computer system running properly.
the furnishing by one person to another the means of living, or food, clothing, shelter, etc., particularly where the legal relations of the parties is such that one is bound to support the other, as between parent and child or between spouses [Go to source
A payment made to a former spouse or child, following divorce or legal separation. Tax relief may be claimed by the payee while the amount may have to be included in the taxable income for the recipient.
court-ordered support paid by one spouse to another after they are separated
the act of sustaining life by food or providing a means of subsistence; "they were in want of sustenance"; "fishing was their main sustainment"
Alimony or child support payments
See Spousal Support
The processing, research, support, and administration involved in creating domain name records, contact records, and host records. Maintenance includes, but is not limited to, posting changes to these records as they are submitted; keeping Nic AG's database of domain, contact, and host information updated; and ensuring that the zone files for the top-level domain servers reflect current information.
money paid to an ex-spouse by the other in accordance with legal requirements to provide for independent living expenses. Maintenance is the modern term for alimony and is distinct form the obligation of child support payments.
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In a divorce or separation, the money paid by one spouse to the other in order to fulfill the financial obligation that comes with marriage.
A financial benefit paid by a spouse to the parent who cares for the child.
Authorized university support personnel may access others' files when necessary for the maintenance and security of the systems. When performing maintenance, every effort will be made to ensure the privacy of the user's files. However, if violations of policies are discovered, they will be reported to the appropriate vice president.
Also called alimony or spousal support.
A fixed amount of money paid from one spouse to another for support of that spouse. This amount is separate from the amount of money paid for support of the children.
The same as spousal support or alimony.
Regular payments made to support a former spouse.
Alimony, or, in reference to children, payment for their care and education.
The financial support and in-kind contributions paid directly to the child's household, including: child support, food, clothing, and other necessities.
Referring to the obligation of one person to contribute, in part or in whole, to the cost of living of another person. It is usually expressed in a currency amount per month as in "$450 a month maintenance." Some countries use the words "support" (spousal or child) or "alimony".
In this context, sustenance; support, assistance, aid furnished by one person to another for his or her support of the means of living.
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Spousal support, formerly known as "alimony".
Money paid monthly by one person to another to support them. For example, a father pays money to the mother of his children if she is looking after them.
Provision of basic necessities of life by one spouse to another when separated. Also 'Alimony'.
money paid to a spouse in the event of a divorce (also known as alimony)