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Synonyms for waiver

Synonyms for waiver

the act of putting off or the condition of being put off

Synonyms for waiver

a formal written statement of relinquishment

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Before the statutory forms took effect, contractors used to put broad waiver language waiving "all claims," rather than just waiving the right to file a lien or bond claim.
This option to utilise the waiver, which waiver enables the company to at one occasion in conjunction with an acquisition increase its ratio of net debt to EBITDA to 4.
In the 2013 rules, despite an apparent eligibility for provisional waiver USCIS nevertheless denied waiver applications based on 'reason to believe.
The particular features of the WTO waiver that constitute its subsidiarity potential can be clarified against the background of the conception of international economic governance objectives outlined above.
Although both waivers are very similar, there is a key difference between who is eligible for the two waivers:
Finally, there is one Department of Defense (DoD)--wide study of waiver status on attrition and performance, although it focuses on felony and serious waivers only.
In summary, the critical first step in determining whether a waiver of subrogation is valid is to review the language used in the waiver and other relevant contract provisions.
Although the parents signed a waiver before the child engaged in the activity, they were able to successfully sue the facility after the injury despite having executed a preinjury liability waiver.
After a long battle led by Julie and her family, the government created a new standard known as the home and community based waiver program, often called the Katie Beckett Waiver program.
Even with the reduced amount of money, Janssen said the waiver is still beneficial.
Waiver valid: The Service concluded that the Form 2750 waiver was valid and enforceable, despite the fact that it was executed outside of the Sec.
Enter the auditors, who were swept into the waiver wave--pulling financial executives with them--by new rules issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in 2003.
3d 65, 70 (1st Dep't 2003), "the parties to a commercial lease may mutually agree that conduct, which might otherwise give rise to an inference of waiver, shall not be deemed a waiver of specific bargained-for provisions of a lease.
If the waiver is approved, the taxpayer will file the first return on paper and then the substituted (subsequent) return electronically.
The court made it clear that the decision does not affect arbitration agreements and that the jury waiver, if signed after the dispute arose, would have been binding on Grafton.