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Waive

To intentionally or voluntarily relinquish a known right or engage in conduct warranting an inference that a right has been surrendered.

For example, an individual is said to waive the right to bring a tort action when he or she renounces the remedy provided by law for such a wrong.

waive

v. to voluntarily give up a right, including not enforcing a term of a contract (such as insisting on payment on an exact date), or knowingly giving up a legal right such as a speedy trial, a jury trial or a hearing on extradition (the transfer to another state's jurisdiction of one accused of a crime in the other state). (See: waiver)

waive

verb cast off, cease, de re decedere, desist from, disclaim, dismiss, disown, dispense with, forgo, give up, give up claim to, not retain, not use, put aside, refrain from, refuse, reject, relinquish, rem concedere, renounce, repudiate, sacrifice, set aside, surrender, yield
Associated concepts: election of remedy, waive a jury trial, waive jurisdictional requirements, waive objections, waive rights, waive rights to payment under a contract
See also: abandon, abrogate, discontinue, forbear, forfeit, forgo, forswear, leave, refrain, reject, relinquish, remit, renounce, rescind, submit, surrender, yield

WAIVE. A term applied to a woman as outlaw is applied to a man. A man is an outlaw, a woman is a waive. T. L., Crabb's Tech. Dict. h.t.

TO WAIVE. To abandon or forsake a right.
     2. To waive signifies also to abandon without right; as "if the felon waives, that is, leaves any goods in his flight from those who either pursue him, or are apprehended by him so to do, he forfeits them, whether they be his own goods, or goods stolen by him." Bac. Ab. Forfeiture, B.

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Once the waiving spouse executes the necessary documents, the plan participant or his or her attorney must ensure that they are filed with the plan administrator and that the beneficiary designation is effectively changed.
Fattman abstained from the vote, saying he was in favor of waiving the fees, but wanted more information.
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Holmes' attorney Larry Sperber said the reason for waiving the preliminary hearing was privileged information and declined further comment about the case.
Notice 2000-19 provides that the IRS is temporarily waiving the signature requirement for Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number.
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Something like the Academy Awards makes millions and we are waiving these fees.
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The Service sought to prohibit a trust beneficiary from waiving his right to receive future Crummey notices and waiving his right to withdraw any future gifts.