What is considered a major holiday?
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The terms of the order should have been more clear. Hopefully a MD attorney will tell you. In my state, the rules tell us that the 5 major holidays in these cases are: New Years, Easter, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. But, that's my jurisdiction. And, obviously, the reason that a clear order should have spelled this out in order to make interpretation simpler, and to prevent disputes, is that not everyone celebrates the same holidays.
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