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Synonyms for claim

Synonyms for claim

to assert one's right to

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to defend, maintain, or insist on the recognition of (one's rights, for example)

to put into words positively and with conviction

to ask for urgently or insistently

the act of demanding

a legitimate or supposed right to demand something as one's rightful due

a right or legal share in something

Synonyms for claim

an assertion of a right (as to money or property)

an assertion that something is true or factual

demand for something as rightful or due

an informal right to something

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an established or recognized right

a demand especially in the phrase "the call of duty"

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assert or affirm strongly

ask for legally or make a legal claim to, as of debts, for example

take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs

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On Thursday, Walker revealed a fish tank could be claimable, while so too are televisions and washing machines required in a second home.
On the other hand, if the workers are employed to reduce the loss of income, the policyholder could claim the cost of employing them as Extra Expense, and if the labor costs were incurred to assist with the property damage, these costs would be claimable under the property damage portion of the claim.
Refunds above the reasonable level are nevertheless claimable if formal evidence is kept (but it does not have to be sent in with the tax return, and usually will not be called for).
It also means that you don't have to submit your own tax returns and that you can save money by utilising their skills to work out what is and is not claimable for you, keeping your tax bill down.
We reject the Hobbesian view that in order to count as real, human rights must be legally enforceable, (20) and we also reject the related claim that, in order to be real, rights must in fact be "claimable" here and now against specific persons or organizations, (21) but we do agree that rights must be at least theoretically claimable to count as real--that is, some persons or organizations responsible for making good on the right must at least be potentially identifiable.
He was injured while working and this is claimable under the Workman's Compensation Act
Encapsulation is becoming an increasingly important way to incorporate functional ingredients into products and facilitates the application of leading edge, clinically proven functional ingredients with claimable benefits.
In the area of members' resources and allowance rules, which is the third area, we have to be conscious of ensuring that we are complying with the rules, including the rules relating to claimable expenses by members, and we also have to ensure that the financial reports are being produced and provided not only to the members but also to the House of Assembly Management Commission.
In the case of direct payments, it should have the same cap as the personal-use credit claimable by parents.
A corporation that owns an interest in another commercially active corporation is deemed to be involved in the same commercial activity and thus, ITCs are claimable.
However, unlike walkers and horse-riders (who can claim footpaths and bridleways respectively on the basis of evidence of past use), it is unclear what kind of right of way, if any, will be claimable by cyclists.
Even if the tax credit for political contributions is forced to stand on its own, Congress can still target the tax credit more closely toward small donors by making it claimable only for small contributions.
Depreciation claimed or claimable for dual-use property reduces basis as a sec tion 1250 recapture.
Cultural rights, on the contrary, are rights also claimable by minority groups within states, and in fact the Declaration of the Rights of Peoples is primarily motivated by the need to protect minority nationalities and indigenous groups from abuses by their own state governments.