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waiver

1. the voluntary relinquishment, expressly or by implication, of some claim or right
2. the act or an instance of relinquishing a claim or right
3. a formal statement in writing of such relinquishment
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In order to enhance the delivery of behavioral health care to the more than three million Illinoisans who depend on Medicaid, the State of Illinois submitted a Section 1115 Medicaid Demonstration Waiver to CMS in October 2016.
Waivers are also a way to manage construction credit, said Chris Ring of NACM's Secured Transaction Services (STS).
21) Indeed, a few waivers had been granted without time limits and with far-reaching scope.
Both waivers can allow qualifying individuals to avoid penalties for "unlawful presence" or, time spend in the U.
However, waivers for recruits who show up at the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) with marijuana in their system must be approved by the Commanding General of the Marine Corps Recruiting Command.
The National Partners Group will continue to meet monthly on the new Title IV-E waivers.
Many subrogation waivers, however, expressly provide that the waiver is effective even when the party seeking protection of the waiver would otherwise have a duty to indemnify the owner of the property.
While the waiver approach is obviously liberating, it raises a troublesome issue: the continued need for Federal standards to ensure that in no state do the elderly end up being short-changed regarding access or quality of long-term care.
The waiver with respect to the Series A Notes is conditioned upon the receipt by Impsat of valid waivers from holders of two-thirds in principal amount of the Series A Notes outstanding and unaffiliated with Impsat.
citizens were eligible to seek such provisional waivers before departing the United States for the processing of their immigrant visas.
With only nine hours to spare before the deadline, the federal government on Friday approved a long-awaited funding waiver that will allow Los Angeles County's child-protective system to use a large chunk of its budget on innovative services to keep families together.
The best practice, however, is to always eliminate lien waivers in your contract.