of blackmailing and extorting his divorcee by posting her personal and private photos on the internet to coerce her to waive
her religious rights before the Dubai Sharia Court.
It is up to the company to determine whether to preserve the confidentiality of your communications with corporate counsel or to waive
Where permitted by state law, TitleVest will provide professional title services and support free of charge and will waive
all discretionary fees for Lawyers Alliance's affordable housing clients.
In a steady stream of cases and letter rulings, the IRS has consistently argued that it does not have the authority to waive
the 60-day requirement, except--as provided in Secs.
An attorney's client holds the attorney-client privilege and has the power to waive
A taxpayer can irrevocably elect to waive
the five-year carryback period, in the manner prescribed by the IRS, by the loss year return's due date (including extensions).
The appeals court dismissed the appeal, ruling that the Federal Death Penalty Act did not preclude an offender from waiving the right to appeal the death sentence and that the determination that the offender could waive
the right to appeal did not violate the Eighth Amendment.
A number of fund families will waive
their minimum initial investment requirements if you set up an automatic investment plan to have a fixed amount, say $50 or $100, debited from your paycheck or bank account every month.
He said influential people got hefty loans from banks and later they managed to waive
However, some have complained that residency departments are refusing to waive
their fines even if they submit letters explaining their situation.
Watch for waiver of appeal rights: To guarantee that amnesty collections are not subsequently reduced by refund claims, various states require taxpayers to waive
their rights to payments made under amnesty.