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But in order to receive the compensation, the complainant would have had to sign away his right to inform other people of the offer.
Who would belie ve that our own Prime Minister would sign away our freedom in a new European Constitution and foist his act of betrayal upon the British people?
He told Wienert he and the other skateboarders would boycott the event rather than sign away the rights to use their images.
A Liverpool crown court jury was told yesterday Paul Bradbury, 34, and Stewart Swain, 39, made 47-year-old Graham Ritchie sign away his pounds 4,000 Toyota Corolla and took his mobile phone.
Indeed, it is difficult to know what he would have made of seeing The Lord of the Rings on celluloid, although he did sign away the movie rights to the film in 1969 for pounds 10,000.
They're saying either sign away your rights or you're getting kicked out.
These regulations effectively require citizens to sign away their right to be free from otherwise unlawful police searches in exchange for the opportunity to buy beer in quantity, which is, remember .
Now, if only the public would be as supportive of gay marriage and the rights it would bestow on gay parents, In order to protect their joint custody of daughter Bailey and son Beckett, Cypher and Etheridge had to get Crosby to sign away his paternal rights, Cypher to sign away half her maternal rights, and Etheridge to adopt each child.
But the US has again been accused of issuing veiled threats to them that investment could be affected if they agree to sign away the exemption.
Till then, she had resisted because of the Department's pressure on Aborigines to `become exempt from the Act' (in other words to sign away their Aboriginality and join European society).
Unsuspecting homeowners sometimes sign away their homes without knowing it.