repudiation


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Synonyms for repudiation

Synonyms for repudiation

rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid

refusal to acknowledge or pay a debt or honor a contract (especially by public authorities)

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the exposure of falseness or pretensions

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The most common approach for non repudiation is trusted third party between the participants in the network, act as a centralized control to provide authorization to the user.
Incidentally the three-year time limit has now been extended for repudiation on grounds of fraud.
In addition, a plea for award of further damages for loss of reputation caused to GMR as a consequence of wrongful repudiation of the concession agreement has also been made to the Arbitral Tribunal, the quantification of which is subject to expert evidence.
The repudiation comes from many quarters, but yesterday a particularly angry bout came from former Newcastle City Council leader David Faulkner,.
Developer and marketer of applications for a patented, plant-based, flow able haemostatic powder technology Medafor Inc sent a letter to CryoLife Inc (NYSE:CRY) stating details of CryoLife's repudiation of the two companies' exclusive distribution agreement (EDA), the company disclosed on Thursday.
Kuehn argues that reading repudiation as an act of individualism against family obligations or conversely as an act of "some Renaissance era Tuscan version of 'amoral familialism'" (213) against social and legal obligations is too simplistic.
The policy rationale underlying anticipatory repudiation is pragmatic for both contracting parties.
Make no mistake: The defeat of Republicans from across the country was a flat repudiation -- a smackdown in the parlance of the pro-wrestling set -- of President George W.
Consequently, reform will require the repudiation of certain well-established tenets of Islamic theory and practice.
This resonant proclamation was not accompanied by a repudiation of the UN's legacy of abetting terrorism in the 1970s, when a series of General Assembly resolutions applauded terrorist tactics used in Soviet-sponsored "wars of national liberation.
Healing Waters concludes with a survey of why mineral springs fell into disuse, with a patricular eye on how discoveries in microbiology and biochemistry led to a general repudiation of mineral water health benefits in favor of drug-related treatments.
They were also asked to sign a "statement of repudiation and disassociation from the actions of the General Synod.
Repudiation is no longer unilateral (by men only) but it still requires women to prove that harm has been done.
Although the plot format, the once-a-year reunion of six girlfriends, is familiar, the personalities are sparkling fresh, especially the rising rock star whose radical message is her repudiation of the ancestral Spanish and her embrace of her native culture.
This technology minimizes repudiation and the merchant's need to save paper receipts.