Definitions for "custody"
Entitlement to the supervision, guardianship, or custodianship of an individuals...
A keeping or guarding; care, watch, inspection, for keeping, preservation, or security.
State of being guarded and watched to prevent escape; restraint of liberty; confinement; imprisonment.
The safekeeping (and often settlement) of investments introduced as a category of investment business under the Financial Services Act 1986 in June 1997.
A custodian is an entity, often a bank, that safekeeps and administers securities for its customers and that may provide various other services, including clearance and settlement, cash management, foreign exchange and securities lending.
The holding of securities in safekeeping for client(s), often across borders, to maximise investment returns, tax efficiency, security or liquidity.
To have custody of a prisoner, a State must hold that person in one of its facilities. A State may have custody of a prisoner over whom another State maintains jurisdiction.
a state of being confined (usually for a short time); "his detention was politically motivated"; "the prisoner is on hold"; "he is in the custody of police"
holding by the police; "the suspect is in custody"
Period when an offender is physically located at an NDOC facility or under physical control of NDOC staff.  At the institutional level, custody at the institution ends when an offender leaves the institution.
The offender's custody classification. The custody assignments are
Keywords:  nominee, depots, safe, penal, judicial
Judicial or penal safe-keeping.
Safe keeping of client assets. Firms are required to be able to identify client assets separately from Firm assets. The firm may use nominee accounts (see below) to pool securities of different clients. A global custodian is responsible for this operation on a worldwide basis. They may appoint local custodians (depots or sub-custodians) in certain countries.
held in a facility with restrictions on freedom.
Keywords:  sole, joint, types, two, see
There are two types of custody. See " joint custody" and " sole custody."