disaffirmance


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Synonyms for disaffirmance

a refusal to grant the truth of a statement or charge

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165) Calamari & Perillo, supra note 160, at 311 (noting that disaffirmance is allowed so long as the disaffirmance does not result in a benefit to the minor and a prejudice to the other party) (citing Adamowski v.
Although a local government may be the beneficiary of an LOC, this fact does not exempt this instrument from the RTC's sweeping power of disaffirmance.
The increases in real estate expenses in both current periods is due in large part to the vacancy of two properties, one resulting from a tenant not renewing its lease and the other part from disaffirmance of a lease by a tenant which filed for bankruptcy protection.
LeToya and Latavia first filed suit after their expulsion from the group, which was precipitated by their disaffirmance of their manager's agreement with Beyonce's father, Mathew Knowles.