Definition of Disclaim. Meaning of Disclaim. Synonyms of Disclaim

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Definition of Disclaim

Disclaim
Disclaim Dis*claim", v. t. To disavow or renounce all part, claim, or share. --Blackstone. Disclaim in, Disclaim from, to disown; to disavow. [Obs.] ``Nature disclaims in thee.' --Shak.

Meaning of Disclaim from wikipedia

- heir does not accept (disclaims) the part of the estate of a deceased person which the heir is entitled to receive. The disclaimed part of the estate is...
- of Lords and allows newly inherited hereditary peerages to be disclaimed. A disclaimed peerage remains without a holder until the death of the disclaimer...
- agreements in 2010: 91% disclaimed warranties of merchantability or fitness for purpose or said it was "As is" 92% disclaimed consequential, incidental...
- peers. The Peerage Act 1963 allows the holder of a hereditary peerage to disclaim their title for life. There is no such provision for life peers. The Coalition...
- indirect, vague, or coded language that allows the instigator to plausibly disclaim responsibility for the resulting violence. A key element is the use of...
- of Lords until the p****ing of the House of Lords Act 1999, and Peers to disclaim their own peerage for the rest of their life, which Alec Douglas-Home did...
- It is used to disclaim some implied warranties for an item being sold. Certain types of implied warranties must be specifically disclaimed, such as the...
- Wikipedia's operator, the Wikimedia Foundation, which issues a statement disclaiming as such. [non-primary source needed] CNBC's Larry Kudlow is tapped by...
- resign his seat in the House of Commons and enter the House of Lords. He disclaimed his peerages in 1964 but never returned to the House of Commons. As of...
- summer recess in 1963: Alec Douglas-Home, then the 14th Earl of Home, disclaimed his peerage (under a new mechanism which remains in force) three days...