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FVAFerrari Virtual Academy (computer simulation)
FVAFondation Vaudoise Contre l'Alcoolisme (Swiss alcohol foundation)
FVAFair Value Accounting
FVAFédération Voile-Aviron (French sailing federation)
FVAForschungsvereinigung Antriebstechnik (German: Drive Technology Research Association; Frankfurt, Germany)
FVAFuture Value of an Annuity
FVAForward Volatility Agreement (investing)
FVAFrais de Véhicule Adapté (French: Adapted Vehicle Expenses)
FVAFunctional Vision Assessment
FVAFree Vietnam Alliance
FVAFibre Voice Access
FVAFous du Volant Aussonnais (French badminton team)
FVAFamily Violence Act
FVAFlorida Vocal Association (Pompano Beach, FL)
FVAFrédéric Vacher Aluminium (French aluminum company)
FVAFous du Volant Ambrault (French badminton team)
FVAFlorida Volkssport Association
FVAFlorida Voices for Animals, Inc.
FVAFumarate Vinyl Acetate
FVAFinancial Viability Advisor (US government 'car czar')
FVAFlorida Vocational Association
FVAForward Velocity Adjuster (paintball)
FVAFranc-Valluet Avocats (French law firm)
FVAFormation à la Vie Associative (French: Life Training Association)
FVAFountain View Academy
FVAFractal Volume Antenna
FVAFood Vulnerability Assessment (US Air Force)
FVAFlat-rate Value Adjustment
FVAFixed Value Attenuator
FVAFormaliser Valoriser Anticiper (French: Formalize, Develop, Anticipate)
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In introducing the new Family Violence Act, Mr Parkinson, Deputy Leader of the Government in Council, commented on the need for ss 8 and 9 within sch 1, explaining:
(49) Prevention of Family Violence Act 133 of 1993 (expressing that a husband can be convicted of raping his wife).
The Prevention of Family Violence Act provides that any person who examines, treats, attends to, advises, instructs or cares for any child in circumstances that give rise to a reasonable suspicion that such child has been ill-treated, shall immediately report such circumstances to a police officer or a Commissioner of Child Welfare or a social worker.
(74) See [sections] 5 of Prevention of Family Violence Act 133 of 1993.
For example, Alberta's Protection Against Family Violence Act came into force in 1999.
The Protection Against Family Violence Act, which was passed by the Alberta legislature in 1998 and will come into effect shortly on proclamation, will change the way in which family violence is dealt with in Alberta.
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