declare an/(one's) interest

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declare an/(one's) interest

To state one's financial interests in something. Oh, 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.
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If you actually want one, you can declare their interest at any Lexus dealer but the Park Lane showroom has a VIP selection room where you can discuss key subjects like colour, options etc.
PBP leader Canon Steve Morgan, Paul Brown and Les Elliott had to declare their interest because of their links with the town's anti-opencast lobby.
The head of the newspaper industry's Code of Practice committee described as 'completely unworkable' legislation to ensure journalists declare their interest in any shares they tip.
However, the BBC reported that it had found that a number of MPs were failing to declare their interests properly.
That is why councillors, AMs and MPs have to declare their interests when they take office,' she said.
Every councillor should now declare their interests with regard to the UDP, and it raises the question of whether other members of the ruling Independent-Liberal Democrats group could gain from the plan.