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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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While Section 8( 4) in its original form enabled all convicted legislators escape disqualification by merely filing an appeal against conviction within three months, the new section sought to protect the membership of only those convicted legislators who file appeal within 90 days and whose " conviction or sentence" is stayed by court.
Between 2003 and 2004, 84% of all disqualification orders were implemented out of court, an 11% rise on the previous year and a huge step forward compared to the time before April 2001 when the disqualification of company directors was a serious burden on the legal system both in terms of cost and court time.
Plan disqualification and failure to make timely corrections can have severe consequences in the form of taxes and penalties for participants and sponsors.
With the court holding in its July 10 judgment that Parliament was not competent to provide for protection against disqualification, the proposed amendment would be open to challenge as it would fall foul of the ruling.
Judge Daniel warned that if MacPhee did was caught speeding in North Wales again, he could expect a longer disqualification.
Giving drunken drivers six months imprisonment and a longer period of disqualification
Insolvency Service figures show that 872 disqualification orders were obtained in the six months to September 30 last year.
Second violation -- Disqualification for one to five years.
It had also increased its resources devoted to disqualifications from pounds 9 million in 1993/4 to pounds 22 million in 1997/8 and allocated more staff to deal with cases.
The Government should stop concentrating on increasing the crude number of disqualifications following corporate insolvency," said Mr Hicks.
Disqualifications of unfit directors of failed companies rose to 360 in the fourth quarter of last year, an increase of almost a third over the same period in 1996.
3) Instead, determination of the disqualification motion is "personal and discretionary" with the individual appellate judge.