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A Latin term meaning "in [the] place of a parent" or "instead of a parent." Refers to the legal responsibility of some person or organization to perform some of the functions or responsibilities of a parent.
Other examples of situations that may establish an in loco parentis relationship include the following: An employee who will share equally in the raising of a child with the child's biological parent would have in loco parentis status.
The definition of a parent is a mother or father. An example of a parent is a plant that sprouts many other plants.
[M] [T] Parents are responsible for their children's education. [M] [T] I didn't do well on the test so my parents chewed me out. [M] [T] When I met her the other day, she asked about my parents. [M] [T] Parents are usually concerned about their children's future.
Examples of In Loco Parentis Relationships An aunt or uncle, who takes on the responsibility of caring for a child after the death of his parents may take leave if the child has a serious health condition.
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Grandparents, step-parents, relatives and others may have rights to \u201d In Loco Parentis\u201d custody or access. In these cases, if the biological parents are unfit to parent, another person who has been acting as a parent may seek custody.
adverb. in lo·\u200bco pa·\u200bren·\u200btis in-\u02c8l\u014d-k\u014d-p\u0259-\u02c8ren-t\u0259s. : in the place of a parent. school officials acting in loco parentis.
Until recently, the doctrine of in loco parentis, whereby parents were viewed as handing over parental duties and powers to school authorities, has been used implicitly and explicitly to explain the authority of school officials to conduct warrantless searches.
For FMLA leave purposes, a \u201cparent\u201d is defined broadly as the biological, adoptive, step, or foster parent of an employee or an individual who stood in loco parentis to the employee when the employee was a son or daughter. See 29 C.F.R. § 825.122. \u201cParent\u201d does not include the employee's parents-in-law.
noun. : regulation or supervision by an administrative body (as at a university) acting in loco parentis.

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