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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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The woman's father testified that his former son-in-law called and told him that he would turn his daughter's life into hell if she did not waive her religious rights.
In addition, TitleVest will waive customary fees for escrow service, document recording service, survey inspections and mortgage payoffs.
107-16), this new provision would allow the IRS to waive the 60-day rollover period if failing to do so would be against equity or good conscience, including cases of casualty, disaster or other events beyond a taxpayer's reasonable control.
172(b)(3), a taxpayer may irrevocably elect to waive an NOL carryback period.
Many other fund companies offer this service, and some that don't have established plans will agree to waive the minimum if you invest automatically.
Hafiz Hamadullah said names of all those who had got waive off loans should be unearthed.
An Indian resident, who has a bounced cheque case against him, said he had overstayed his visa for almost a year and the Dubai residency department had refused to waive the fines.
Under the Texas program, taxpayers were required to waive their appeal rights for any appeal or assessment that was the subject of a protest or administrative hearing.
While sovereign buyers are exempt from city and state transfer taxes, diplomats who purchase or lease property must waive their immunity and obtain evidence of approval from the proper authorities in their home countries, Yepes said.
In 1988 Monique's mother signed form 8332 to waive her right to claim a dependency exemption for her daughter for 1987 and all future tax years.
"This is to signify that my office shall relinquish and waive the allocated priority development assistance fund, without any reservations," Aquino wrote Sen.
10-11, 2008, reviewed and discussed the genetic-testing workgroup (GTW) report; testing quality control (QC) through risk management; status of waived testing; and the Food and Drug Administration's (FDAs) potential action to waive a white-blood-count (WBC) device.