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clear waivers

Of a professional athlete, to be released by a professional team and then not claimed by any other team in the league. If we demote him, do you think he'll clear waivers? I just don't want another team in our division to get ahold of him.
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on waivers

In sports, available to be claimed by other professional clubs during a certain period of time. Though a fan favorite, the goalie was acquired by another team after being placed on waivers.
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clear waivers

To be unclaimed by another professional club and therefore liable to be assigned to a minor-league club or released.
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on waivers

In a state of being available for claiming by other professional clubs.
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A waiver also gives a general, or prime, contractor or an owner a way to track money as it funnels downward, said Michele Perron, senior lien analyst and collector with Waste Management National Services Inc.
According to the company, the purpose of the waiver solicitation was to enable the company to fully utilise its outstanding bond facility for accretive acquisition opportunities currently under evaluation.
This has been changed with the 2016 provisional waiver rules.
Rather, subsidiarity is referred to as an external normative standard to evaluate the law and practice of waivers in the WTO; that is, to assess whether the waiver power may be and is being used to further subsidiarity and how certain changes in the waiver process could enhance the likelihood that subsidiarity concerns are being promoted in the WTO.
1) The I-601 Hardship Waiver can only be submitted after an official immigration interview overseas.
When we observe that a particular population is less likely to attrite, we do not know whether this is because that population was screened extensively, and the riskier members of the population did not access or whether, as a whole, individuals who require that waiver type are simply less risky.
This type of indemnity provision would seem to contradict a waiver of subrogation provision releasing the contractor from liability to extent of insurance coverage.
From school districts hosting field trips, to traveling sports teams, to amusement park or dance/gymnastic businesses, the hosting organization is not protected by a parent's signature on the pre-injury waiver under Michigan common law.
However, if the state develops a special project and would like to test the project in a particular area of the state, the state would submit the project information to CMS, requesting a waiver of "statewideness.
At that time, an IRS revenue officer secured from him Form 2750, Waiver Extending Statutory Period for Assessment of the Trust Recovery Penalty.
Medicaid waiver forms and hardship waiver consents should be prepared and included in the admission packet.
Beginning with the "Holder Memorandum" issued by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in 1999, and continuing with DOJ's more widely known "Thompson Memorandum" in 2003, waiver of privilege was included among factors of cooperation to determine whether to indict a company and the level of charges filed.
They contended, however, that Madison's conduct in repeatedly accepting late rent payments constituted a waiver of the rent payment provision of the lease that required payment to be made by the first of each month.
Based on the postings to date, waivers will be granted in only very narrow circumstances and, perhaps more important, the failure of a taxpayer's software to support e-filing will not qualify as grounds for a waiver.