Supreme Court decision holds that an ex-spouse can't waive
her interest in a former spouse's ERISA-governed pension plan through the divorce decree alone Thus, former spouses must change the beneficiary designation or risk inadvertently enriching their former partners.
The court focused on the generality of the architect's contractual mandate in making the rather tenuous argument that the architect could not bind the owner where there was no contractual provision that specifically granted the architect the authority to waive
a violation of the general contract on behalf of the owner.
Invesco (800-525-8085) waives
its minimum initial investment requirement through the EasiVest plan.
The company will waive
the secondary order charge for displaced hurricane victims who wish to order Call Forwarding or MemoryCall.
612, 1979), the court considered whether the taxpayer intended to waive
the right of privilege and the precautions taken to prevent disclosure.
It's out of control,'' said City Councilman Dennis Zine, noting that the city lacks a coherent fee structure and policy on what it waives
and how much it actually costs the city to provide services.
Finally, to provide that, if the lease has already expired by its terms or by conditional limitation, then tenant waives
any right to re-possession and agrees that its sole and complete remedy shall be such damages as are allowed by RPAPL [section] 853.
Councilman Nate Holden cautioned his colleagues against developing too stringent a policy, noting that the city waives
fees for a number of events, including last week's Golden Globes ceremony and the upcoming Academy Awards.
If an actual bill covers more than a year because there was no earlier reading, the board now waives
interest for six months to give owners more time to pay.
Whenever the city waives
a fee, it is in effect making a donation to the sponsoring group,'' Weiss said.
An attorney's client holds the attorney-client privilege and has the power to waive