waiver


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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.
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Prior to trial, he signed a jury waiver form in the cellblock of the Licht courthouse with his attorney and Creole interpreter present.
My office quickly filed the fraud waiver, because the embassy wouldn't budge.
In a recent case (CTA Case 9177), the Court of Tax Appeals applied the same concept of in pari delicto when it found out that both the taxpayer and the BIR caused the infirmities in the two waivers, and considering that the taxpayer benefited from the flaws of the waivers which it voluntarily executed, the Court resolved to uphold the validity of the waivers.
If the Supreme Court upholds the ban, which legal analysts expect it to do in a ruling next month, the waivers and certain exceptions will be solidified as the sole route into the United States for the 150 million citizens of five Muslim-majority countries -- Syria, Iran, Somalia, Libya and Yemen -- as well as North Korea.
FDA plans to review waivers, exceptions and exemptions every two years to ensure they are still appropriate in light of any material changes, and renew them as applicable.
* The commission consider whether granting a waiver would be in the public interest, protect investors and promote market integrity;
Waivers can be a cautionary tale if not handled correctly by an individual or a credit department.
The waiver request must include the following information related to each conviction, indictment or charge:
Reportedly, this waiver provides better possibility to optimise financing of acquisitions of profitable assets.
Like most issues, the scope of a waiver of sovereign immunity differs by jurisdiction.
The FAA will allow operators of small drones to apply for a waiver for a variety of reasons including operation from a moving vehicle or aircraft, daylight operation, operation over people and limitations for small, unmanned aircraft.