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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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The ousted PM claimed that the SC took help from the dictionary while taking away premiership from him last year by disqualifying him on the basis of 'imaginary salary' from his son.
<pre> Exhibit 2 Deferred Tax Accounting for ISOs With Disqualifying Disposition Assume XYZ Corp.
The downside to this approach is that failure to hold the stock for one year after exercise (a disqualifying disposition) defeats the very tax benefit that ISOs confer (in contrast to nonqualified stock options)-capital gain on the spread upon sale.
The MPA is a monetary amount approximately equal to the tax the IRS could collect by disqualifying the plan.
Also, the apex court disqualified PTI General Secretary Jahangir Tareen stating that the reply submitted by Tareen was a confession in itself, thus disqualifying him under Article 62 (1) (F) of the Constitution of Pakistan.
Thus, violations that otherwise satisfy the IRC are still a disqualifying event.
ISLAMABAD -- The Federal Minister for Privatization Daniyal Aziz said on Friday that everything occurred according to the pre-written script, claiming that drama has been staged only to pretend justice by disqualifying Jahangir Tareen and saving Imran Khan.
The Election Commission of Pakistan held meeting under the chairmanship of Justice (retd) Fakhruddin G Ibrahim to review Supreme Court orders of disqualifying parliamentarians and members of Sindh and Punjab assemblies in dual nationality case.
465 final regulations broaden the scope of the at-risk rules for loans from lenders with a "disqualifying interest" in the activity.
Thus, a partnership not qualifying in one year might qualify in a subsequent year, on rectification of the disqualifying event.
368(c)) following an A, B, C or G reorganization, without disqualifying the reorganization.
If, however, there is a disqualifying disposition of the stock acquired, the disposition would create compensation income for the service provider for the difference between the strike price and the stock's fair market value (FMV) at the time of exercise.