ADOPTION ADOPTION OF A CHILD ADOPTION ORDER. ADOPTION ORDER. adoption order.
ADOPTION OF MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES In the courts of this state, the affidavit is prima facie evidence of the adoption of the ordinance and
ADOPTION AND ACQUISITION OF VOTING SYSTEM ADOPTION OF VOTING SYSTEM ADOPTION OF VOTING SYSTEM REQUIRED. MODIFICATION OF ADOPTION ACTION. ADOPTION OF VOTING SYSTEM FOR EARLY VOTING.
ADOPTION EVALUATION ORDER FOR ADOPTION EVALUATION. (2) an adoption. of the adoption evaluation: ADOPTION EVALUATION FEE.
CONDOMINIUMS CREATED BEFORE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM CONDOMINIUM ACT
CLARIFICATION OF EXISTENCE OF PUBLIC INTEREST IN ROAD BY ADOPTION OF COUNTY ROAD MAP ADOPTION OF COUNTY ROAD MAP. (a) The commissioners court shall include a notice of its intention to consider adoption of the county road map with the ad valorem tax statements for the year before the adoption of a county road map under (b) The commissioners court shall include a notice of the adoption of the county road map with the ad
TRANSMITTAL OF INFORMATION REGARDING ADOPTION. (1) the name of the adopted child after adoption as shown in the adoption order; (3) the docket number of the adoption suit; (4) the identity of the court rendering the adoption; (5) the date of the adoption order;
CHAPTER 81 - CONDOMINIUMS CREATED BEFORE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM CONDOMINIUM ACT
A person or government that is involved in adoption or foster care placements may not— A person or government that is involved in adoption or foster care placements may not— (B) delay or deny the placement of a child for adoption or into foster care, on the basis of the race
(A) in the case of any expense paid or incurred before the taxable year in which such adoption becomes be treated as having paid during such year qualified adoption expenses with respect to such adoption The term “qualified adoption expenses” means reasonable and necessary adoption fees, court costs, attorney (1) subsection (a) shall not apply to any qualified adoption expense with respect to such adoption unless such adoption becomes final, and
to an adoption assistance program. to an adoption assistance program. an adoption of a child with special needs which becomes final during a taxable year, the qualified adoption (if any) of $10,000 over the actual aggregate qualified adoption expenses with respect to such adoption (1) under which the employer provides such employees with adoption assistance, and
Secretary of the Interior, no person shall be recognized as an heir of a deceased Indian by virtue of an adoption (1) Unless such adoption shall have been— (a) by a judgment or decree of a State court; (b) by a judgment or decree of an Indian court; (c) by a written adoption approved by the superintendent of the agency is a member, and duly recorded in a book kept by the superintendent for that purpose; or (d) by an adoption (2) Unless such adoption shall have been recognized by the Department of the Interior prior to the effective
An adoption for which expenses may be reimbursed under this section includes an adoption by a single person, an infant adoption, an intercountry adoption, and an adoption of a child with special needs ( Benefits paid under this section in the case of an adoption may be paid only after the adoption is final adoption agency or other source authorized to place children for adoption under State or local law. for adoption.
(C) training programs on adoption, (E) licensed adoption agencies, (F) State laws relating to adoption, (G) intercountry adoption, and , adoption agencies, social workers, counselors, or other individuals who work in the adoption field;