child labor law

Definition of "child labor law"
  1. A set of rules and regulations that controls or bans the work participation of individuals under a certain age
How to use "child labor law" in a sentence
  1. The restaurant was fined for violating the child labor law by employing those under sixteen years of age.
  2. In effort to protect the health and well-being of children, it's imperative to fully understand and comply with the child labor law.
  3. After the inspection, the factory was shut down due to serious breaches of the child labor law.

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