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Synonyms for disaffirm

to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

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The list of relevant contacts with State F include: (1) both parties are lifelong citizens, domiciliaries, and residents of State F; (2) the real property that is the subject of the contract is located in State F; (3) the parties' negotiations were conducted in State F; (4) Delta's lawyer drafted the written offer in State F; (5) Delta made the offer to Pi in State F when her lawyer delivered the writing which communicated the terms of the proposed bargain to him; (6) Pi signed and dated his written acceptance of Delta's offer in State F; (7) Delta received Pi's written acceptance in State F; (8) Delta purported to disaffirm the contract in State F; and (9) the anticipated closing was to be held in State F.
Many states have local laws that allow the future cancellation of a contract with a minor to protect a minor who lack maturity and discretion at the time of the agreement, or who wants to cancel or disaffirm the contract when, at an older age, he or she understands the problematic nature of the agreement.
A bone of an odd sort was thrown to defeated traditionalists by a comment to Rule 1.6, which allowed a lawyer who withdrew from a representation to disclose "the fact of withdrawal" and to "withdraw or disaffirm any opinion, document, affirmation, or the like." This so-called "noisy withdrawal" provision allows a lawyer to distance himself or herself from any work done for a client that might be tainted by client fraud.
(16) This contractual defense permits minors to disaffirm otherwise binding agreements during their minority and for a reasonable time after they reach the age of majority, which is eighteen years old in most states.
This sample yielded an [N.sub.f] of 415, indicating that 415 unpublished studies with an effect size of zero would be needed to disaffirm our findings.
Under traditional contract law, children can disaffirm most of the
Meanwhile, several states have misrepresentation-of-age statutes that prevent children from using the infancy doctrine to disaffirm online contracts because, in accepting the terms of service, children often represent that they are old enough to enter into the agreement.
Secondly, under basic contract law, Plaintiffs alleged that each In-App Purchase charged by a minor constitutes a separate sales contract that may be disaffirmed (i.e., rendered voidable) by the minor (through the minor's legal guardians), and if the minor's guardians elect to disaffirm purchase contracts, the class members will be entitled to restitution.
1968) (allowing a minor to disaffirm the purchase of an automobile under infancy doctrine, and explaining that "the minor [i]s immature in both mind and experience and ...
Nevertheless, there is a lack of scientific studies that would confirm or disaffirm experience of physicians in the application of balneotherapy.
Through this discussion, the team began to consider more deeply just how literacy practices used in educational settings serve to affirm or disaffirm a student's sense of identity and ultimately students' chances for success in society.
Those who claim to perceive (or behold) reality free of words and symbols face warring with skeptics who disaffirm the possibility or fact of a human capacity to accomplish such a cerebral feat.