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disclaimer

(1) The refusal or rejection of a right, as a disclaimer of an inheritance of environmentally contaminated property.(2) The limitation of a warranty or responsibility.

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A panel of three administrative law judges conducted an evidentiary hearing and determined that Hutchinson violated the disclaimer requirement.
A foreign adversary took advantage of weak online disclaimer and disclosure rules, which prevented voters from seeing the ads for what they were: deliberate attempts by a hostile foreign power to misguide and divide the American public, the senators wrote.
A disclaimer is essentially a refusal of a gift or bequest.
But is it good to say one thing in a website headline and something very different in a legal disclaimer?
In its statement, the Press Council stressed that the fines and disclaimers that RTE[pounds sterling]K imposes are designed to block press freedom and punish those media organizations who disagree with the government.
Disclaiming an interest in an asset, according to IRS rules, results in such an interest never being transferred to the individual making the disclaimer--thus a disclaimer has essentially the same effect as the death of the beneficiary with regard to the interest in the disclaimed asset.
It needed a stronger marketing message and less disclaimer copy.
As to representations not contained in the contract, however, Delaware, Illinois and New York courts typically enforce disclaimers of reliance.
But one question that might arise could be whether the disclaimers are enough to offset any questions about whether the organizers provided strong enough fencing and appropriate seating arrangements to keep fans safe from danger, personal injury lawyers said.
However, the cost of production of such health spots and disclaimers would be borne by the health ministry.
Section 2-314 will not allow a disclaimer for known material but undisclosed defects.
In order to be considered information that is provided at the request of a prospective client, the information must be accessible only after viewing a disclaimer page and making an affirmative acceptance that the viewer has received the disclaimers required by this rule.