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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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"KCR took Rs 4, 000 crore loans from the bank for the Kaleshwaram project, but could not fulfil his election promise of waiving loans of Rs 1 lakh each.
Additionally, hospital-based physicians providing emergency, radiology, pathology and anesthesia services are also waiving out-of-pocket costs for these visits, further reducing medical costs for furloughed federal employees.
They further stated that because of 15% on print media the payment was not made to the newspapers since last six months which caused severe financial crisis in the newspaper industry.They appreciated the efforts made by Chief Minister for the waiving off 15-percent tax from newspaper industry.
He added that regardless of this case, a team of legal service officials examine daily demands for the waiving of fines and other sanctions.
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 .
'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.
He said the government had nothing to do with waiving off the bank loans rather it was a routine activity of the commercial banks which they performed in accordance with the State Bank rules.
PESHAWAR -- Pesco has strongly contradicted a news item appeared in a section of press regarding waiving off dues in Bannu.
If the relationship breaks down between the parties to a contract it is not unusual for a party waiving a right under that contract to decide it no longer wishes to waive it.
The Court said the agreement did not meet the strict acknowledgement rules of ERISA because it failed to inform Kathy, in clear terms, that she had a right to receive the 401(k) funds and that she was waiving that right.
The Memorial Day events were canceled due to rain and one of the tennis tournaments was postponed, causing the need for a second waiving of the bylaws.
The ethanol industry and corn growers said waiving the renewable fuel requirements would cause more economic harm because ethanol is less expensive than gasoline.