Definition of Waiver. Meaning of Waiver. Synonyms of Waiver

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Definition of Waiver

Waiver
Waiver Waiv"er, n. (Law) The act of waiving, or not insisting on, some right, claim, or privilege.

Meaning of Waiver from wikipedia

- A waiver is the voluntary relinquishment or surrender of some known right or privilege. Regulatory agencies of state departments or the federal government...
- Waiver or Waivers may refer to: Waiver, a voluntary relinquishment or surrender of some known right or privilege Waivers (sports), a type of player transaction...
- The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) is a program of the U.S. federal government that allows nationals of specific countries to travel to the United States for...
- In the mechanics lien process, a lien waiver is a do****ent from a contractor, subcontractor, materials supplier, equipment lessor or other party to the...
- An executive waiver is an administrative tool used by presidents of the United States, and other of its Federal executives, permitting the selective enforcement...
- waiver or whitewash resolution is a corporate law concept originating in Hong Kong and Singapore. It refers to a proposed resolution for the waiver of...
- Damage waiver or, as it is often referred to, collision damage waiver (CDW) or loss damage waiver (LDW), is optional damage insurance coverage that is...
- A loan waiver is the waiving of the real or potential liability of the person or party who has taken out a loan through the voluntary action of the person...
- A liability waiver is a legal do****ent that a person who parti****tes in an activity may sign to acknowledge the risks involved in their parti****tion...
- Waivers is a National Hockey League (NHL) labor management procedure by which an NHL team makes a professional ice hockey player's contract and rights...