immediate family

Term used in the NASD rules of fair practice to refer to one's parents, brothers, sisters, children, relatives supported financially, father-in-law, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, and brother-in-law. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Immediate Family — A person s smallest family unit, consisting of the closest relatives, such as parents, siblings and children. Immediate family may contain both biological relatives and those related through marriage, such as a brother in law. Exact inclusions… …   Investment dictionary

  • immediate family — noun a) A family unit consisting of a parent or parents and their children. b) A family unit consisting of all relatives living in a single household …   Wiktionary

  • immediate family — nuclear family, family of the closest relation, parents and children …   English contemporary dictionary

  • immediate family — As the word appears in a mutual benefit certificate or in the rules and regulations of a mutual benefit society: those members of the same household to which the insured belongs who are bound together by ties of relationship, such as one s… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • immediate family — Term generally referring to one s parents, wife or husband, children, and brothers and sisters …   Black's law dictionary

  • immediate family members — artimieji šeimos nariai statusas Aprobuotas sritis valstybės finansų sistemos apsauga apibrėžtis Sutuoktinis, asmuo, su kuriuo registruota partnerystė (toliau – sugyventinis), tėvai, broliai, seserys, seneliai, vaikaičiai, vaikai ir vaikų… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • Family reunification — is a recognized reason for immigration in many countries. The presence of one or more family members in a certain country, therefore, enables the rest of the family to immigrate to that country as well. Family reunification laws try to balance… …   Wikipedia

  • family medical leave — Federal, state, and local laws that authorize employees to take paid or unpaid leave for a defined period of time for major health related medical issues affecting their immediate family. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005 …   Law dictionary

  • immediate — [i mē′dē it] adj. [LL immediatus: see IN 2 & MEDIATE] 1. having nothing coming between; with no intermediary; specif., a) not separated in space; in direct contact; closest; nearest b) close by; near [immediate neighbors] c …   English World dictionary

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