voluntary relinquishment

See: waiver
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LOPRESTI: We became part of the voluntary relinquishment program at San Diego County.
217) Strikingly, there are generally no special protections for minor parents in either circumstance; most state laws treat adult parents and minor parents exactly the same in rules for involuntary termination and voluntary relinquishment.
I believe the protesters were killed by accident and that [Mubarak] did not order it," he said, adding that Mubarak's voluntary relinquishment of power is something that should be praised.
Sandman's voluntary relinquishment of his license May 12, 2010.
With the voluntary relinquishment of the unimplemented Helwick licence, it will go some way to meeting this council's expressed preference of future dredging being confined to deeper water in the outer Bristol Channel.
Findings show discussion of voluntary relinquishment to be positively associated with adoption and full disclosure to be negatively associated with reunification.
While many states have enacted laws that make it illegal to require the surrender of all parental rights as a condition for mental health treatment, the temporary voluntary relinquishment of parental rights has been upheld as acceptable.
24) Subjects may also elect to resolve the complaint through a voluntary relinquishment of license in lieu of further disciplinary action.
In the judiciary as well there has been a trend towards voluntary relinquishment of local authority to the federal institutions.
6, 1995, but who failed to furnish a signed statement of voluntary relinquishment of US.
For example, he reasoned that Michelle's voluntary relinquishment of a brown vial suggested that the white powder was still in the girl's possession.
It roughly refleas the popular understanding of loss of control by voluntary relinquishment.

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