waiver


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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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We appreciate your engagement with the State of Illinois as you evaluate its 1115 waiver application.
That is why it is vital to have the correct training or information when working with any type of waiver.
On 8 November, 2016 Moberg Pharma summoned a bondholders' meeting, by way of a written procedure, to obtain a waiver from the holders of the bonds (the waiver solicitation and the waiver).
First, more unauthorized immigrants may now apply for the provisional waiver and will have the opportunity to legalize their stay in the United States.
SUBSIDIARITY IN THE WTO AND THE POTENTIAL OF THE WAIVER
The term, "extreme hardship" has a specific legal definition that must be satisfied in order for an individual to qualify for either waiver.
That is, waiver status and pre-accession "risky behavior" do not remain on a service-member's personnel file.
Waiver of subrogation provisions are not interpreted as stand-alone provisions.
However, according to a June 18, decision by the Michigan Supreme Court, the traditional pre-injury liability waiver is no longer enforceable under Michigan law.
When families finally receive information needed to access waiver services, they are faced with flow charts that do not flow.
Even without the waiver, DCFS has made strides in returning thousands of foster children to their natural families.
In contrast to a decade ago, when federal agencies requested the vast majority of waivers, states have become the primary source of J-1 visa waiver requests, accounting for 90 percent or more of waiver requests in fiscal years 2003 through 2005.