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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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The term, "extreme hardship" has a specific legal definition that must be satisfied in order for an individual to qualify for either waiver.
The Calibre Auto-Waivers product, a tool that complements Calibre nmDRC(TM) product, supports automatic waiver management by using waiver information included in the IP library itself, or on top of the standard Calibre DRC design kit issued by the foundry.
Like most states, Idaho sought the waiver for the flexibility it offered in assessing student learning, says Idaho Senator John Goedde (R), chair of the Senate Education Committee.
That is, waiver status and pre-accession "risky behavior" do not remain on a service-member's personnel file.
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.
Form 2750 is a waiver form used to extend the SOL on assessment of the trust fund recovery penalty.
Enter the auditors, who were swept into the waiver wave--pulling financial executives with them--by new rules issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in 2003.
3d 65, 70 (1st Dep't 2003), "the parties to a commercial lease may mutually agree that conduct, which might otherwise give rise to an inference of waiver, shall not be deemed a waiver of specific bargained-for provisions of a lease.
If the waiver is approved, the taxpayer will file the first return on paper and then the substituted (subsequent) return electronically.
The Supreme Court indicated in its decision that the state Constitution for-bids the creation of judicial rules of waiver, even if the rules are promulgated pursuant to a legislative delegation of such power to the judiciary.