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waiver

1. An exemption from some aspect of a federal health care statute that gives a facility the right to deliver care in a manner that varies from published standards.
2. The voluntary surrender of some legal right or privilege.

waiver (wā´vur),

n 1. repudiation, abandonment, or surrender of a claim, right, or privilege.
n 2. the intentional relinquishment of a known right.
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Signing an unconditional final waiver shows an acknowledgement of payment, but if payment has not been received or cleared the bank, a conditional waiver is the route to go, said Hicks.
Moberg Pharma has appointed Carnegie Investment Bank as financial adviser and Gernandt & Danielsson Advokatbyra as legal adviser in conjunction with the waiver solicitation.
With a few more months before the November election, these changes in provisional waiver rules, which will take effect on August 29, 2016, cannot come soon enough.
The waiver power in Article IX Paragraph 3 of the WTO Agreement succeeded the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade's (GATT) waiver power in Article XXV Paragraph 5 of the GATT of 1947.
A common misconception that many individuals make with immigration waivers is that they are simple and can be managed without help from a licensed immigration lawyer.
the services had heterogeneous waiver criteria, making it difficult to perform cross-service comparisons.
However, parties without a subrogation waiver agreement at the time of a loss might seek to avoid litigation with a post-loss subrogation waiver.
This document as well as the waiver can be offered into evidence as proof that the organization warned the parent and minor of the risks involved with the activity so as to assist in triggering the assumption of risk defense.
The North Carolina MR/DD Waiver does not have an age limit.
Arnold Schwarzenegger remains committed to the federal waivers for Los Angeles and Alameda counties.
However, Hackett warns that waiver is a "sleeper" issue that will come back to haunt people who don't recognize the consequences of turning over privileged documents to auditors.
The dissent took issue with the majority's focus on the legal consequences of waiver and default under the lease, maintaining that only the legal consequences of a default under the guaranty were relevant.