disclaimer

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Synonyms for disclaimer

Synonyms for disclaimer

a refusal to grant the truth of a statement or charge

Synonyms for disclaimer

(law) a voluntary repudiation of a person's legal claim to something

denial of any connection with or knowledge of

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The disclaimers shifted a substantial portion of the property back to her.
Disclaimer of a survivorship interest was valid despite state law prohibition.
Disclaimers are an important part of estate planning; Sec.
A board committee had earlier approved use of the disclaimer, which casts doubt on the validity of evolution and claims that the theory "still leaves many unanswered questions about the origin of life.
A qualified disclaimer is defined in IRC section 2518, which requires, among other things, an irrevocable and unqualified refusal by the donee.
The estate also claimed that the vow and subsequent transfer of assets to the order constituted a valid disclaimer under Sec.
There also is a trend by the courts to require investors to pay attention to disclaimers and warnings in offering statements and prospectuses.
Recognizing this after the decedent's death, the beneficiaries of the QTIP marital trusts proposed to execute qualified disclaimers to disclaim their interests in the benefit conferred by the waiver of the estate's right of tax reimbursement provided in the decedent's will.
The case concerned a controversial anti-evolution disclaimer that the Religious Right-dominated school board in Tangipahoa Parish decreed that teachers read to students in science classes.
They executed mutual wills, both of which provided that, if a disclaimer was made by the decedent, the disclaimed portion of the estate would go into a trust.
The proposal was attached to a measure dealing with the Oklahoma State Textbook Committee, a panel that sparked controversy last year when it ordered that all science texts must carry a disclaimer criticizing evolution.
In recent years, beneficiaries have been filing disclaimers in efforts to avoid creditors, including IRS levies on estate proceeds.
The vote requiring disclaimers should be considered invalid, Edmondson wrote.
2518 qualified disclaimers would permit the trust to qualify under Sec.