Quality of Life Law and Legal Definition
Quality of life refers to subjective well-being. It reflects the difference, the gap, between the hopes and expectations of a person and their present experience. The best way of approaching quality of life measurement is to measure the extent to which people's happiness requirements are met.
The following is an example if a case law on quality of life:
Where the general quality of life for the custodial parent is enhanced the child's quality of life is indirectly enhanced. Preserving the children's relationship with their father must be weighed against the enhancement of the quality of life for both the mother and her children. [In re Marriage of Miroballi, 225 Ill. App. 3d 1094 (Ill. App. Ct. 1991)].
Legal Definition list
- Quality of Defendant's Goods (Trademark)
- Quality Manual [Agricultural Marketing Service]
- Quality Improvement Organization (QIQ) (Health Care)
- Quality Control
- Quality Circles
- Quality of Life
- Quality Policy [Food and Drugs]
- Quality Systems Certification Program [Agricultural Marketing Service]
- Quando Quod Ago Non Valet Ut Ago, Valeat Quantum Valere Potest
- Quando Res Non Valet Ut Ago, Valeat Quantum Valere Potest
- Quanti Minoris