Waiver of Notice

Waiver of Notice

1. A bank's relinquishment of the right to be notified formally when it presents a bill to the Federal Reserve. Endorsing the bill is considered, on its own, waiver of notice.

2. See: Waiver of demand.
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This bond shall also contain a waiver of notice being required for alternations, additions, deductions, extensions of time or other modifications of the contract as ordered.
Waiver of notice may occur before or after the meeting and any such waiver shall be deemed equivalent to the giving of notice.
In that event or in the event a special meeting is called by the President, Vice President or any four (4) directors, ten (10) days' written notice or waiver of notice by participation in [begin strikethrough]attendance at[end strikethrough] the meeting or in writing shall be required.
The forms include notice of meeting, shareholder proxy, minutes of annual shareholder's meeting, waiver of notice of meeting, and written consent to action without meeting.
The waiver of notice of a withdrawal power negated the creation of a present interest.
01114(4)(B), FLORIDA STATUTES[end strikethrough] MINOR'S PETITION TO CHIEF JUDGE TO REQUIRE A HEARING ON HER PETITION FOR JUDICIAL WAIVER OF NOTICE
In accordance with Summit National bylaws and rule 228 of the Delaware State Corporation Division, the shareholders of 51% of the company signed a waiver of notice.
It made sure that a waiver of notice was signed by holders of 51% the corporation.