declare an/(one's) interest

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declare an/(one's) interest

To state financial interest in something. He was sure to declare his interest before we prepared his contract.
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declare an (or your) interest

make known your financial interests in an undertaking before it is discussed.
See also: declare, interest
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The tribunal was satisfied Councillor Tuck did not adequately declare his interest at the site meeting and did not formally withdraw.
Capello will today film an interview in Milan with the BBC's Football Focus programme in which he will declare his interest in the job.
GEORGE GILLETT, 68, was the first of the two American moguls to declare his interest in buying Liverpool FC, having also invested in American football, basketball and skiing in his career.
George Gillett, the first American to declare his interest
However, it appears he did not declare his interest while officers, he and his committee were drafting and redrafting policy ES1 and agreeing to the present changes.
He said he had been advised by the council's legal department that there had been no need for him to declare his interest in the land unless the council meeting actually focussed on his particular fields near Tregaron.