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.
See also: declare, interest
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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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Because it might be of interest to the public does not mean it is in their interest and I, for one, would like to declare my interest - which is that I will fall off my perch if I hear one more peep from that pair.
``Up to last Thursday the council had not considered any individual area of land in any committee I had sat on, so the opportunity to declare my interest was not there.''
I MAY as well declare my interest now, but as a Millers fan, merrier than usual given the league table, I would urge all great footy lovers to hog the box for tonight's delve into Division Three, writes Steve Davies.