Compensation, Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, Or Pension to Veterans Or Their Dependents: Analysis of Elements of Entitlement to and Rates of Compensation, Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, Or Pension. Effective January 1, 1957. October 18, 1956

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Page 10 - July 2, 1921, is discharged or resigns, shall be conclusively held and taken to have been in sound condition when examined, accepted, and enrolled for service...
Page 10 - The ratings shall be based, as far as practicable, upon the average impairments of earning capacity resulting from such injuries in civil occupations...
Page 13 - Any person shown by evidence satisfactory to the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to be guilty of mutiny, treason, sabotage, or rendering assistance to an enemy of the United States or of its allies, shall forfeit all accrued or future benefits under laws administered by the Veterans...
Page 20 - parent', 'father', and 'mother' include a father, mother, father through adoption, mother through adoption, and persons who have stood in loco parentis to a member of the military or naval forces at any time prior to entry into active service for a period of not less than one year...
Page 13 - widow " shall mean a person who was married to the veteran prior to July 3, 1931, and who has not remarried; (c) The term "child" shall mean a person unmarried and under the age of eighteen years, unless prior to reaching the age of eighteen the child becomes or has become permanently incapable of self-support by reason of mental or physical defect...
Page 16 - Administration: Provided, That in the case of any such person, if it be established to the satisfaction of the Administrator that at the time of the commission of the offense such person was insane, he shall not be precluded from benefits to which he is otherwise entitled under the laws administered by the Veterans...
Page 14 - child' shall mean a legitimate child or a child legally adopted, unmarried and under the age of eighteen years, unless prior to reaching the age of eighteen, the child becomes or has become permanently incapable of self-support by reason of mental or physical defect...
Page 8 - Regulation 1 (a\ part II, paragraph 1 (a), be amended to read as follows: "1. (a) For disability resulting from personal injury or disease contracted in line of duty or for aggravation of a preexisting injury or disease contracted or suffered in line of duty when such disability was incurred in or aggravated by active military or naval service other than...
Page 22 - father" and "mother" include stepfathers and stepmothers, fathers and mothers through adoption, and persons who have stood in loco parentis to a member of the military or naval forces at any time prior to his enlistment or induction for a period of not less than one year. (6) The terms "brother
Page 22 - ... an illegitimate child, but, as to the father only, if acknowledged in writing signed by him or if he has been judicially ordered or decreed to contribute to such child's support, or has been judicially decreed to be the putative father of such child...

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