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disentitle

to deprive of a title, right, or claim.
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* Disentitling the companies in which offender holds "key managerial position" or is a promoter or major shareholder, from defending any civil claim.
Finally, Part VII discusses a number of related matters, including client consent to conflict, information barriers and whether delay is capable of disentitling an applicant to restrain a lawyer from acting.
In sum, disentitling otherwise eligible people by diverting them from the rolls or by terminating assistance cannot be equated with the individuals achieving self-sufficiency.
And very shortly the new welfare time limits begin kicking in, automatically disentitling the small number of TANF beneficiaries who are left (DeParle, 1999).
The windfall had been generated by "disentitling" more than half of the unemployed from collecting benefits, so reducing unemployment insurance premiums was one of the options.
Given the contradictory legacies of the War on Poverty, Community Action - once viewed as one of the most radical and controversial policy innovations in the fight against poverty - has provided some crucial building blocks for disentitling poor mothers and their children.
For example, the Supreme Court recently held the disentitlement doctrine inapplicable where a defendant flees after conviction (while a criminal case is pending in the district court) but is recaptured before the filing of an appeal.(94) In its fullest discussion to date, the Court enumerated the underlying principles of the doctrine(95) and explained that these are necessarily attenuated where the defendant's fugitive status at no time coincides with the appeal.(96) The Court found that none of these rationales justified disentitling the defendant in Ortega-Rodriguez.(97) More importantly, the Court rejected any expansion of the doctrine "that would allow an appellate court to sanction by dismissal any conduct that exhibited disrespect for any aspect of the judicial system."(98)
(485) That decision in and of itself probably prevented bankruptcy from procedurally disentitling a large number of its substantively eligible beneficiaries.
In Australia the only directly behaviour-based disinheritance provisions are found in the forfeiture rule or Forfeiture Acts themselves and in the concept of disentitling conduct in family provision law.
The words in art 105 'meet together'; the requirements as to a quorum; the provisions of art 106 disentitling a director while out of Australia to notice of a meeting of the directors; the words in art 106 that a director 'may attend and vote by proxy'; the words in art 108 referring to a quorum being 'present'; the requirement in art 113 as to the keeping within the minutes of a meeting of the directors of the names of the directors 'present at each meeting', all point inexorably to the conclusion that in the articles the word 'meeting' has its ordinary meaning, namely, that it refers to an assembly of people, that is, the directors.
(51) The fact that defamation laws were long standing, (52) that law should be technology neutral, (53) that legislative amendment might be needed (54) and that the finding of publication at the point of uploading would mean United States law would predominate, thereby disentitling non-American plaintiffs of the benefits of their culture, (55) prevented change.