What is the penalty for having more than one child after the one-child policy in china?
If the woman has one child there is no penalty! But if that woman has another child and doesn't have an abortion then she will be fined a lot of money (Even more than people earn there in a month!) But if the woman has twins first then she doesn't have a fine! But if a woman does get pregnant then she must have permission from the government somehow!
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What happens if some in China has a child Before the 1 child Policy and One After the One child Policy?
You mean if they were pregnant with #2 when the policy came into play? Then the second one didn't count and it was fine having 2. if you mean they had one already and decided to have one more after the policy came into play, they had to pay I think it is 1-2 years salary as penalty if they want to keep it or leave it for adoption.
I think this policy is good, & it will help in reducing the population growth rate and controlling the population, but there should not be any cruelty with the 2nd child of a couple ,as it is not the child's mistake, it is mistake by its parents, & they must pay its penalty, but the child should not be separated from it's parents.
The one-child policy is also carried out in Tibet. For population concerns, The policy is made relatively loose to the Tibetan ethnic minority group. If they are willing, having a second child or maybe a third child is permitted. To people of the Han ethnic group or government officials, the policy should be strictly complied with.
The Chinese government introduced one-child policy in 1979 to alleviate the social and environmental problems of China. The one-child policy promotes couples having one child in rural and urban areas. It should really be called the "one birth policy" because parents are allowed to keep twins, triplets, etc.
Extreme overpopulation warrants the extreme "one child" policy it is fair to call China's "one child" policy "extreme". But, it is justified in the simple sense that China faces an extreme overpopulation crisis. Desperate times call for desperate measures. The Chinese government cannot be blamed for taking these aggressive, but necessary measures. One child policy generally improves living standards of Chinese Chinese can simply pay a fine to have an extra child. In many regions…
Is there a penalty for not transferring a UGMA UTMA account to the child when heshe reaches the age of majority?
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The one child policy is morally questionable put it is somewhat practically relevant. The one child policy basically came into place when the population was expanding beyond it means. It helped control a huge population boom and thus maintain stability. However due to the one child policy there are a lot of unwanted side effects, culturally and demographically. For example parents prefer having a male child thus large amount of female foetuses are aborted and…