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A court order which requires an employer to pay to a creditor a portion of the debtor's wages. It is not available where the only source of income is a pension or a benefit
All insurance excluding life and health insurance
General Power of Attorney:
A legal document where a donor appoints an attorney to act on the donor's behalf in areas of property and financial affairs. A general power of attorney, unlike an enduring power of attorney will come to an end if the donor becomes mentally incapacitated
In children's court proceedings, the only members of the public that can view the proceedings are the immediate family of the accused child, unless the court otherwise allows
Good behaviour bonds:
Where a person is required by the court as part or the whole of a sentence resulting from a criminal conviction to enter into a recognisance for a fixed term for a fixed amount to be of good behaviour.
Good behaviour order:
Where a child must not break the law for up to one year and if the order is not breached then no conviction is recorded
Goods and services tax:
A new system of taxation. As of 01/07/2000 there will be a goods and services tax of %10 on most goods and services.
Unless gossip amounts to defamation, there is no court action available to prevent gossip from occurring
Grievous bodily harm:
Any bodily harm of such a nature as to endanger or be likely to endanger life, or to cause or be likely to cause permanent injury to health
Grounds for divorce:
The irretrievable breakdown of marriage which is evidenced by separation for a continuous period of 12 months or more with no prospect of reconciliation
A legally binding promise by one person that will ensure that another person carries out their legal obligations. This differs from guarantees ( see warranties) given when goods are sold
The person who makes the guarantee
A person who has the right and duty to protect another person, their property and their rights
Guardian ad litem:
A person appointed to defend a court action or other legal proceeding on behalf of a child, or a person under a disability
If a person has the guardianship of a child, they have the responsibility of a child's daily care as well as decisions relating to the child's long term care.
Guardianship of adults:
Where a guardian acts for an adult, and in cases where the adult is disabled, then it may be the Public Trustee