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disclaimer

(networking)
Statement ritually appended to many Usenet postings (sometimes automatically, by the posting software) reiterating the fact (which should be obvious, but is easily forgotten) that the article reflects its author's opinions and not necessarily those of the organisation running the computer through which the article entered the network.
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For a detailed discussion of the issues in this area, see "Tax Clinic: Disclaimers as a Fix for Old Trusts," in the August 2017 issue of The Tax Adviser.
While IRAs have been used by many taxpayers as a means of wealth accumulation for future financial security, the qualified disclaimer provision of IRC section 2518 has been used by many others as a generation-skipping asset transfer vehicle.
In particular, with respect to charitable deductions, the court concluded that Congress's clear policy in allowing these deductions is to encourage charitable donations and that allowing fixed dollar amount partial disclaimers furthers this policy.
Disclaimers can be employed with respect to gifts, wills, or life insurance proceeds.
THE DISCLAIMER OPTION is a commonly overlooked yet powerful postmortem estate-planning vehicle available to most beneficiaries, personal representatives and other appointed executors.
Ninja's new disclaimer plug-in delivers functionality to include global and user-based disclaimers for all outbound email for Exchange 2000 and 2003.
Circuit Court of Appeals would rule that the disclaimers are constitutional and create precedent for the states covered by the 11th Circuit--Georgia, Alabama and Florida.
Federal law makes provision for disclaimers that fail under state law.
By contrast--but like another contemporary work in this genre, Declaration of Intent (Disclaimer), 1999, by Canadian artist Ron Terada--Young's disclaimers enumerate all that is uncertain about an artwork.
Subcontractors, make sure that the staff person in charge of reviewing your contract documents understands how to identify design disclaimers and how disclaimers should change your bidding strategy.
Two versions of the software are available: Policy Patrol Disclaimers which includes the disclaimer functionality and the send blind copy option and Policy Patrol Enterprise which includes all of the features.
Court disclaimers or modifiers are a poor idea under any circumstances.