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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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In a white paper entitled "Federal Government Questions Quality in Waived Testing," COLA documented some of the errors detected at waived testing sites in the United States.
William and Liv later divorced, and Liv waived her interest in William's pension plan in their final divorce decree.
More significantly, Madison argued that even if it had waived both the rent and non-waiver provisions of the.
Rather, it is a limited exception to the general rule that the attorney-client privilege is waived when a protected communication is disclosed to a third party outside the attorney-client relationship.
Still, Cardinal Jose Saraiva Martins, head of the Vatican's Congregation for the Causes of Saints, cautioned the faithful that the change doesn't imply that the rigorous procedures for canonization will also be waived.
The suspect then was transported to the police station, waived his Miranda rights, and provided a full confession.
On the other hand, at an Avis city office in New Orleans, a clerk was courteous and professional when we asked that the second-driver fee be waived.
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.
COLLABORATING CPAs AND ATTORNEYS SHOULD obtain client consent to communicate their business using cordless or cell phones and take precautions to ensure use of electronic communications tools such as cell phones and faxes doesn't cause confidentiality to be waived.
The resolution also provides that, at the discretion of certain AICPA management, the CPE requirements can be waived for members who are in military service, with foreign residency, or because of significant health concerns.
Nevertheless, properly crafted subrogation waivers (where rights of recovery are waived to the extent that insurance is available to cover the loss) serve a legitimate purpose and, in some cases, the failure to grant such a waiver could leave someone else uninsured, which, in the long run, could actually hurt you.
As part of this program, up to 200 qualified entrepreneurs will be awarded BLIMPIE franchises with initial fees waived, in federal Urban EZ's nationwide, according to Friedman.
Since 1996, several rapid strep tests have come on the market that are CLIA waived.
Historically, the MHC has waived its right to receive dividends declared on its shares of the Company's common stock, and the MHC has waived the receipt of dividends for the quarter end December 31, 2012, subject to the non-objection of the Federal Reserve Board.
According to documents, companies of Member National Assembly of Pakistan, Tehrik-e- Insaf (PTI) Jehangir Khan Tareen got waived Rs.