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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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He was of the view that parliament should legislate laws to prohibit the loan waiving off as people had waived off billion of rupees loans .
Mexico border, and waiving environmental, historic and cultural safeguards in order to do so, is a terrible idea.
He said the SBP also regulates all private banks and there should be proper legislation to stop waiving off loans.
It's very, very difficult to say on the ground when a person is voluntarily waiving a right out of fear, or is simply coerced into going,' Gutierrez told the Inquirer in a phone interview.
It will be straightforward if the party sent a letter expressly waiving a right but explaining that it reserves its right in the future, in this example - to hold retention from future payments due.
Waiving the renewable fuel standard could reduce corn prices by as much as $2 per bushel and reduce the overall cost of food by 2 percent, the U.
By waiving its fees, the company is allowing players to put their entire deposit in the prize pool.
3) By looking to the "federal common law," courts give themselves leeway to look at the surrounding circumstances in a particular case--for example, language waiving benefits in the divorce decree--instead of rigidly focusing on the statutory language.
He said it was unclear what dollar amount the board would be waiving for the building and zoning fees; depending on the formulas used, the fees could range from several hundred to a few thousand dollars.
Of those, 46 percent had acceded to their auditor's request, 43 percent developed compromise solutions to avoid waiving privilege and 8 percent said the auditor pulled back when the company objected to waiving privilege.
waiving overdraft fees as a result of paycheck interruption