Results for: Waiver

In College Applications and Entrance Requirements

How do you get an SAT waiver?

You must apply for an SAT (or ACT) waiver through your High School counselor. You will receive a number to use on your online registration. You can't use a waiver on a late (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

How do you write a waiver?

Write ALL the posssible effects/outcomes How you are not responsible for anything that happens a signature part such as: x___________________________
In Baseball

What are waivers in baseball?

Waivers is the term used when a team no longer wants a player. Click on the 'Waivers in Baseball' link on this page to get a better understanding of how waivers work.
In Divorce and Marriage Law

What is a waiver of extradition?

When a person wanted in one state is arrested in another, the state that holds the arrest warrant has to obtain permission from the state where the person is held before they (MORE)
In Loans

What is a homestead waiver?

Generally, a waiver is a clause in a mortgage whereby you waive your right to your homestead protection as to that mortgage. A borrower should request that language be added t (MORE)
In Business & Finance

What is a waiver of competition?

In purchasing, a "waiver of competition" is when a user or department, is seeking to waive the normal tendering process for purchases exceeding a certain amount, specified by (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

What is a waiver?

A waiver is a permit or release, one that allows an action that is otherwise not permitted. It can also refer to a legal document involved. Typical waivers include those for a (MORE)
In Football - American

What are waivers in NFL?

Waivers is being released by the NFL team, usually happens during training camp. Many players try out for every team but only 55 can be kept on the roster. Each team also has (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is a waiver of discharge?

waiver of discharge is a bankruptcy term- meaning when someone files for bankruptcy they are looking to have all debts discharged. However do to the complex bankruptcy laws so (MORE)
In Deeds and Ownership

What is a Deed of Waiver?

A Deed of Waiver usually means that a person is formally waivingtheir rights to something they are otherwise entitled. In adivorce, for instance, some parties agree to sign a (MORE)