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107 STAT. 2474 PUBLIC LAW 103-208—DEC. 20, 1993 "(4) SPECIAL RULE. —Adjustments under this subsection shall be made in any fiscal year only if an Act that contains an appropriation for such fiscal year to carry out this subsection is enacted on or after the date of enactment of the Higher Education Technical Amendments of 1993. "(5) LIMITATION.—Adjustments under this subsection shall not be available for any academic year to any student who, on the basis of the financial circumstances of the student for the current academic year, would not have been eligible for a grant under this section in academic year 1992-1993., 20 USC 1087W. (17) in section 480(c)(2), by striking "Title" each place it appears and inserting "United States Code, title"; (18) in section 480(d)(2), by inserting "or was a ward of the court until the individual reached the age of 18" before the semicolon; (19) in section 480(j), by reducing the indentation of paragraph (3) by 2 em spaces; and (20) in section 480, by adding at the end the following new subsections: "(k) DEPENDENTS. —(1) Except as otherwise provided, the term 'dependent of the parent' means the student, dependent children of the student's parents, including those children who are deemed to be dependent students when applying for aid under this title, and other persons who live with and receive more than one-half of their support from the parent and will continue to receive more than half of their support from the parent during the award year. "(2) Except as otherwise provided, the term 'dependent of the student' means the student's dependent children and other persons (except the student's spouse) who live with and receive more than one-half of their support from the student and will continue to receive more than half of their support from the student during the award year. "(1) FAMILY SIZE. — (1) In determining family size in the case of a dependent student— "(A) if the parents are not divorced or separated, family members include the student's parents, and the dependents of the student's parents including the student; "(B) if the parents are divorced or separated, family members include the parent whose income is included in computing available income and that parent's dependents, including the student; and "(C) if the parents are divorced and the parent whose income is so included is remarried, or if the parent was a widow or widower who has remarried, family members also include, in addition to those individuals referred to in subparagraph (B), the new spouse and any dependents of the new spouse if that spouse's income is included in determining the parents' adjusted available income. (2) In determining family size in the case of an independent student— "(A) family members include the student, the student's spouse, and the dependents of the student; and "(B) if the student is divorced or separated, family members do not include the spouse (or ex-spouse), but do include the student and the student's dependents. "(m) BUSINESS ASSETS. —The term 'business assets' means property tiiat is used in the operation of a trade or business, including