disclaimer


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  • noun

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 IRS, however, denied the estate an increased charitable deduction, arguing that the act of challenging the estate's return and the resulting adjustment to the estate's value served as post-death, post-disclaimer contingencies that disqualified the disclaimer under Sec.
Additionally, disclaimer templates are included to allow easy set up of disclaimers using HTML or plain text.
Rogers told the Journal-Constitution that she was disappointed and that without the evolution disclaimer stickers, "the textbooks are inaccurate and biased and unconstitutional.
Policy Patrol can be configured to check for tax related words in outgoing email messages, and when these are present add a disclaimer to ensure compliance with Circular 230," said Mike Spykerman, CEO of Red Earth Software.
The Disclaimer for Exchange Server module lets network administrators add text to outbound e-mail such as commercial information or a legal disclaimer.
Courts will certainly enforce the plain meaning of such language, perhaps even if the handbook contains a disclaimer.
The four justices in the majority opinion held that Regulation 2 was valid (even though overly broad) and the absolute prohibition of Regulation 2 could be "cured" and constitutional infirmity avoided by the use of the crafted disclaimer.
As noted previously, the merchant may, by conforming with prescribed requirements, affirmatively disclaim the implied warranty of merchantability, unless such disclaimer be unconscionable.
In contrast, if you're promoting a trusted brand, feel free to save time by using a fast disclaimer.
Under many states' disclaimer laws, if the requirements of a disclaimer are met, disclaimed property interests flow as if the disclaimant had predeceased the donor or decedent.
A federal appeals court has refused to decide whether a Georgia school board's evolution disclaimer violates the separation of church and state.
CPAs should take note of this ruling--it illustrates how the failure to execute a disclaimer can be an expensive mistake.
The new offering includes more disclaimer possibilities, anti-spam, virus scanning, keyword filtering, attachment blocking, compression and other e-mail management features.
The particular language may vary ("Nothing contained in the contract documents shall create any contractual relation between the Owner and any Subcontractor," or "Nothing contained in this Agreement shall create or be construed to create a contractual relationship between the Owner and any third party"), so long as the disclaimer is clearly expressed.
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