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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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If the relationship breaks down between the parties to a contract it is not unusual for a party waiving a right under that contract to decide it no longer wishes to waive it.
It also said she agreed to consent, in writing, to waive her rights to his retirement assets at any time.
The association was one of 19 livestock and animal feed industry groups that had asked EPA to waive the renewable fuel requirement.
In Fox Valley & Vicinity Const Workers Pension Fund v Brown (4) (which originated in the northern district of Illinois), the court determined that La urine Brown was not entitled to her ex-husband James Brown's pension benefits because, in their divorce decree, Laurine waived her interest in James' pension through the following language: "The parties each waive any interest or claim in and to any retirement, pension, profit-sharing and/or annuity plans resulting from the employment of the other party.
If you have a major credit card (such as MasterCard or American Express), consider paying off any remaining balance on your store card and closing the account if they refuse to waive the fee.
The AICPA rules do not require written evidence of a client's consent to waive a conflict; however, Circular 230 requires written consent to waive a conflict.
Although he does not personally believe AU 9326 broke the treaty, Keller says some auditors have not interpreted the new rules correctly by insisting that clients waive privilege when alternative documentation should suffice.
There is no reason why non-waiver clauses should not apply to circumstances such as those here, to permit a landlord to accept untimely rent payments and continue the tenancy without "having such acceptance brandished as evidence of intent to waive a default.
The Eastern District of California has taken the position that documents provided to a reinsurer by the insurer's agent in response to a request for information on certain claims did not waive attorney-client privilege.
According to legal experts, the decision makes California one of only two states that do not honor pre-dispute contracts to waive a jury trial.
Supreme Court has remained steadfast in its position that for a defendant to waive the privilege against self-incrimination, the government must establish that the defendant did so knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily.
I want to echo the unpleasant experience described by a reader [Postcards, March/April] when he and his partner asked Budget Rent a Car to waive the second-driver fee--supposedly a corporate policy.
A hardship exception enacted in 1991 (IRC section 408(d)(3)(I)) allows the IRS to waive the 60-day rollover period if failing to do so would be against equity or good conscience, as in cases of casualty, disaster or other events beyond a taxpayer's reasonable control.
On appeal and now represented by counsel, the defendant's attorneys asserted he was incompetent to waive both of these rights.
Approved a resolution to waive the AICPA's continuing professional education membership requirement in certain circumstances (see "CPE Requirement Changed for Certain Member Groups").