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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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Im disappointed that Michigan farmers continue to be undermined by the Trump Administrations waivers for big oil companies.
For more information about immigration waivers and to determine if you might qualify for one, contact Johnson & Masumi.
A defendant is not required to sign a written jury waiver form in open court in the presence of a trial judge, the Rhode Island Supreme Court has determined.
He applied for a "provisional waiver" based on his having overstayed in the US, which was approved by USCIS.
Federally-approved waivers from Medicaid's statutory requirements provide critical flexibility for state governments.
In a recent case (CTA Case 9177), the Court of Tax Appeals applied the same concept of in pari delicto when it found out that both the taxpayer and the BIR caused the infirmities in the two waivers, and considering that the taxpayer benefited from the flaws of the waivers which it voluntarily executed, the Court resolved to uphold the validity of the waivers.
According to a report, the farm debt waivers announced by the five large states together will widen the fiscal deficit of the states by Rs 1,07,700 crore or 0.65 percent of GDP in the current financial year.
If the Supreme Court upholds the ban, which legal analysts expect it to do in a ruling next month, the waivers and certain exceptions will be solidified as the sole route into the United States for the 150 million citizens of five Muslim-majority countries -- Syria, Iran, Somalia, Libya and Yemen -- as well as North Korea.
The brief document describes recommendations for how stakeholders can request waivers, exceptions or exemption from traceability requirements in the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and how FDA will review and decide on such actions.
Maxine Waters, D-Calif., ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, introduced legislation Thursday to rein in the Securities and Exchange Commission's ability to grant waivers to financial institutions that have broken the law.
Accomplishing this is not always easy when it comes to mechanic's liens and lien waivers. Basically, the waiver form exists for entities to release their right to a mechanic's lien on the property.