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do without or cease to hold or adhere to

lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime

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And waiving one's right does not mean letting go of other rights, he pointed out.
Although EPA has the authority to waive RFS requirements to avoid significant economic harm, the ethanol industry and corn growers said waiving the standard would cause additional economic harm because ethanol is cheaper than gasoline.
To ensure that a divorcing spouse's intent to waive her interest in the pension plan is effectuated, lawyers must get the proper forms from the plan administrator before the judgment for dissolution is entered and make sure the waiving spouse signs them contemporaneously with the entry of the judgment.
Selectman Ryan Fattman said he supported waiving the fees, but could not vote unless he had a better idea of how much money the town was passing on.
waiving early withdrawal penalties on time deposits
In the last few months, the Service has issued a number of letter rulings waiving the Sec.
The service recently issued various letter rulings waiving the section 408(d)(3) 60-day rollover requirement and providing taxpayers with a fresh 60-day rollover period beginning on the letter ruling's date.
The Ohio Supreme Court upheld the death penalty issued to a defendant who had represented himself at trial after waiving his right to counsel and who had waived his right to present mitigating evidence during the sentencing hearing.
A recent search on the Internet uncovered an article about waiving subrogation rights.
The appeals court dismissed the appeal, ruling that the Federal Death Penalty Act did not preclude an offender from waiving the right to appeal the death sentence and that the determination that the offender could waive the right to appeal did not violate the Eighth Amendment.
In this case, security personnel who report only on safety matters, or maintenance personnel who deal with providing building services, should not be viewed as "agents" of the landlord for purposes of waiving lease prohibitions of pets.
Either company may terminate the proposed merger by simply not waiving this condition.
When the hearing resumed, De Lima asked the two if waiving their right to counsel was voluntary on their part.
In some jurisdictions, however, by providing privileged information, you may be effectively waiving that privilege to other third parties.
12 (2003), that a noncustodial parent was entitled to a dependency exemption because the custodial parent signed Form 8332, waiving the exemption.