At the heart of this ruling lies the Children's Law Reform Act, which sought to remove any disadvantages suffered by children born outside wedlock.
What does CLRA stand for?
CLRA stands for Children's Law Reform Act (Canada)
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- Contingent Liability Report
- Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest (authors of the book "Introduction to Algorithms")
- Correlated Low-Rank
- Council on Library Resources
- Covert Laser Read
- Credit Loss Reserve
- Current-Limiting Resistor
- Customer Liaison Representative
- Clearing Station
- Combat Logistics Regiment 2 (US Marine Corps)
- Civil Liberties Restoration Act of 2004
- Clear Lake Racing Association (Friendswood, Texas)
- Communal Land Rights Act of 2004 (South Africa)
- Consumers Legal Remedies Act (California)
- Copyright Levies Reform Alliance
- Cross-Layer Resource Allocation
- Custom Low Rider Association (French custom motorcycle association)
- Community Legal Resource and Advice Centre (est. 1990; Lesotho)
- Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe (est. 1957)
- Standing Conference of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe
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Includes text of Children's Law Reform Act and Family Law Act (for Ontario) and Divorce Act (for Canada) ISBN 1-55239-171-X $60.
He acknowledged that neither party had asked the court to make such an order, but noted that the Ontario Children's Law Reform Act states that in custody cases the court may "make such additional order as the court considers necessary and proper in the circumstances" and that it is part of the inherent jurisdiction of the court in custody cases to act on its own if necessary.