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disqualification

(Factor that disqualifies), noun disability, disablement, failure, handicap, inability, inaptitude, incapability, incapacitation, incompetence, incompetency, ineptitude, inexpertness, insufficiency, invalidation, invalidity, lack of dexterity, lack of proficiency, lack of qualification, shortcoming, unaptness, undeftness, undesirability, unfitness, unfittedness, unproficiency, unqualifiedness, unskillfulness, unsuitability, want of ability, want of skill

disqualification

(Rejection), noun banishment, deprivation, dethronement, disapprobation, discharge, disentitlement, disfavor, disfranchisement, dislodgment, dismissal, displacement, dispossession, elimination, eviction, exclusion, expulsion, forfeiture, inadmissibility, ineligibility, invalidation, loss of right, noninclusion, ouster, preclusion, rejecting, repudiation, throwing out
Associated concepts: disqualification to hold office, legal dissualification
See also: disability, expulsion, inability, incapacity, invalidity, prohibition

disqualification

1 the Company Directors'Disqualification Act 1986 contains provisions whereby directors maybe disqualified for fraudulent or wrongful trading or for conduct that makes them unfit to be concerned in the management of companies.
2 road traffic offenders may be disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence. See, for example, TOTTING UP.
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If the speaker concludes that a question of disqualification of a member of parliament has arisen the speaker has to send a reference to the Election Commission within 30 days and in case it is not done within this period it shall be deemed to have been referred to the Election Commission, according to the article.
Judicial disqualification standards for trial and appellate judges are quite distinct.
Recommendation: The Commissioner of FDA should take the necessary steps to amend FDA regulations to ensure that those who have engaged in misconduct found sufficiently serious to warrant disqualification for one investigational medical product are not able to continue to serve as clinical investigators for any.
McLaren lawyer, Ian Mill QC, pointed out to the four judges presiding over the matter that there had been 26 instances in Formula One history where there had been disqualifications and a championship reclassification.
Only 16% were aware speeding on a motorway could lead to a fine of up to pounds 2,500 and possible disqualification.
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Directors remain unaware of competition law despite the threat of disqualification, according to City law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP).
But disqualification in such an instance is not ethically required and the disclosure is only required for a "reasonable period of time.
The Bill repeals the Commons (Clergy Disqualification) Act of 1801, which debars some ministers of religion from being MPs but continues the disqualification of any bishops sitting in the Lords.
In order to promote the prompt, voluntary correction of violations of the complex laws and regulations governing qualified plans once violations are discovered, disqualification should rarely (if ever) be a consequence of such violations.
The new policy--part of IRS Field Directive on the Administrative Policy Regarding Self-Correction--will allow retirement plan administrators to correct operational mistakes and prevent them from turning into disqualification problems.