disentitled


Also found in: Dictionary.
References in periodicals archive ?
With the stone taken from the old marae were also taken hereditary names, which had been bestowed upon the new proprietor, and from that time forward the other marae holders were disentitled to them (Henry 1928:142).
As Christie Barron states, "It appears that violent youths fall between the protectionist realm of 'childness' and the rights discourse of 'adultness' and [are] therefore disentitled to the securities afforded to either" (2000, p.
A delighted BHB chief executive Greg Nichols said: ``The ruling certainly disabuses a common misconception that the European Court of Justice ruling back in November disentitled the BHB from charging bookmakers for the supply of pre-race data.
1990:A new system of student financial support comes into operation, which means student loans are introduced to top-up awards and all full time students become disentitled to Income Support and Housing Benefit.
1995) (father seeking return of children to France was disentitled from asserting claim under ICARA where father was fugitive from U.
Yet, local governments traditionally have been the service provider of last resort for poor persons through General Assistance programs (Lav, Lazere, Greenstein, & Gold, 1993), which raises the specter that disentitled persons may increasingly turn to local governmental programs for assistance.
September 1990 - New system of financial support comes into operation with student loans, no unemployment benefit during entire length of course, vast majority disentitled to income support and housing benefit, pounds 25m access funds as safety net instead of pounds 100m claimed in benefits 1993 - Grants to be cut by 10pc over next three years and loans to be increased to compensate.
in Egan, supra note 98, at 576: "I am not prepared to say that by its inaction to date the government has disentitled itself to rely on section 1 of the Charter.
The theory claims that we do and should punish recidivists more harshly, but denies that this is because of their prior convictions; rather it is because they are disentitled from the leniency that is accorded to first time offenders or offenders with minor records.
As a result of Biomira's breaches, AltaRex claims it is entitled to an assignment of all the rights granted to it by Biomira, and Biomira is disentitled to any further rights, including the payment of royalties.
A challenge was made to an election of a person to a Roma regional council of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission on the grounds that the person elected was neither an `Aboriginal person' nor a `Torres Strait Islander' within the meaning of the Act and that votes were cast by persons disentitled for the same reason.
She added, "I would not assume that all information voluntarily disclosed to some member of the public for a limited purpose is, for that reason alone, disentitled to Fourth Amendment protection.