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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 the letter, the Chief Minister gave the district-wise data of the number of farmers whose loan were waived off by the state government.
The fees will be waived for five years until July 2024.
An 18-year-old teenager who was born in UAE but remained unregistered since birth was able to get his overstaying fine waived which exceeded Dh1 million.
According to the receipt, Mowasalat has waived the technology service charge along with the booking fee.
Another photo showed the excess baggage fee of RM17,071.85 being waived after the total weight exceeded by 535kg.
NBP lawyer told the court that SBP is the main party in the case, while the private bank's lawyer said that SBP is a regulatory authority while it was the banks which waived off the loans.
The disclosure on Thursday by Clerides of the numbers of fines that had been waived followed accusations from former MP Andreas Themistocleous that the AG was showing preferential treatment to a prominent lawyer and his wife by terminating legal proceedings against them for speeding.
The committee, which met under the chairmanship of Qaiser Ahmed Shaikh, has discussed the Calling Attention Notice regarding inadequate laws for recovery of loans from the defaulters including waived off loans by the government.
'To bring more smiles to customers and their dear ones, bank has waived 100 per cent processing fee on car loans till December 31, 2017,' it said.
3D Life Option - In addition to the benefits under Life Option, all future premiums are waived upon diagnosis of any of the 34 covered Critical illnesses & the policy continues.
ISLAMABAD -- The Senate was informed that Rs 21.5 billion including Rs 8.7 billion principle and Rs 12.8 billion mark up were waived off or written of to 313,392 borrowers by the banks during last ten years (2006-07 to March 31, 2017).
Malacanang's guideline on the state of national emergency that allows a warrantless arrest when the person concerned has voluntarily waived his right against such an arrest has drawn concern that it might be abused or cause confusion.