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Waiver

A statement of the voluntary surrender of a right. For example, suppose a company provides customers a service that might be dangerous, such as bungee jumping. The company may require customers to sign a waiver relinquishing the right to sue the company for negligence if a problem occurs. This reduces the company's risk in the conduct of its business.

waiver

The voluntary relinquishment of a known right, remedy, claim, or privilege.
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The rule reads: "A motion for continuance based on parental leave of the lead attorney in the case shall be granted if made within a reasonable time after learning the basis for the continuance unless substantial prejudice to the opposing party is shown.
The continuance is likely to decrease annual printing and postage expenses, provide an environmental benefit and also provide some added flexibility with respect to certain corporate transactions as described in the Management Proxy Circular and 2015 Annual Report.
On 1 June 2016, the continuance was approved by a special resolution of shareholders at the company's Annual General Meeting
The continuance is expected to reduce annual printing and postage expenses, provide an environmental benefit and also provide some added flexibility with respect to certain corporate transactions as described in the Management Proxy Circular and 2015 Annual Report.
By her own report, the trial court judge had no legal basis for granting the continuance, but routinely does so in residential foreclosure cases.
Dissenting was Associate Justice Laurie Zelon, who wrote that the very brief and sole continuance requested to present a key defense witness -- who would establish an alibi for the most serious charges alleged against the defendant -- should not have been denied.
ILM solves key problems such as ineffective storage utilization, the costs of managing storage and the ability to manage storage growth surrounding data replication, disaster recovery/business continuance and backup.
Documentation of clients and engagement acceptance and continuance decisions.
Angle and Perry (1981) identified value commitment and continuance comment.
While only a few studies have included more than one of these views, there is sufficient and growing evidence to suggest that affective and continuance commitment are distinct concepts (Meyer & Allen, 1984) with unique antecedents (Allen & Meyer, 1990; Meyer et al.
enterprise ireland is facilitating this procurement relating to award of service concession for a brokerage service for the provision of an income continuance scheme on behalf of the staff of enterprise ireland, ida ireland, science foundation ireland, national standards authority of ireland, sustainable energy authority of ireland and a small number of staff who were transferred into the department of jobs, enterprise and innovation and the health and safety authority on the dissolution of forfEis.
In all data protection and business continuance infrastructures (whether for backup, disaster recovery, archiving, or any other data storage protection), tape storage can be used to handle the restoration of the original data when something goes wrong.