disqualify


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Disqualify

To deprive of eligibility or render unfit; to disable or incapacitate.

To be disqualified is to be stripped of legal capacity. A wife would be disqualified as a juror in her husband's trial for murder due to the nature of their relationship. A person may be disqualified for employment at a certain job because of a physical disability.

disqualify

see DISQUALIFICATION.
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'It will be a waste of time for the DILG to ask the Comelec to disqualify candidates in the 2019 elections based merely on an alleged list of persons allegedly involved in illegal drugs,' he added.
Three MLAs will move the Supreme Court on Monday to challenge Kumar's decision to disqualify them under the anti-defection law.
The IRS agrees not to disqualify the plan due to the failures if the conditions are satisfied.
After Pennsylvania REIT forgot to declare one of its corporate subsidiaries as being taxable, the Internal Revenue Service decided not to disqualify it as a REIT.
These three MLAs will move the Supreme Court on Monday to challenge the Kumar's decision to disqualify them under the anti-defection law.
The petitioner prayed the court to disqualify Pervez Musharraf from heading his party.
Reflecting on the February 21 judgment, Nawaz alleged that the decision was based on the same reasons that had earlier been used to disqualify him 'it was envisaged to disqualify me for lifetime from politics.'