waveis the homophone for waive
The past tense of waive is waived.
The prisoner decided to waive his right to a trial.
She begged the bank to waive the overdraft charge of thirty dollars.
Yes....you waive at him and he doesn't waive back
Waiver is the noun form for the verb 'to waive'.
The criminal decided to waive an extradition hearing, and was flown back to Kansas. During wartime, armies will often waive some of the physical requirements for enlistment.
A real estate broker can waive a commission at will.
The coach's decision to waive the penalty may have cost us the game.
Example sentence - The evil daughter agreed to waive her rights in exchange for a lighter sentence.
If I Were Brittania I'd Waive the Rules was created in 1976-04.
The law varies from location to location. However, in practice: why on Earth would you want to? A recsission period allows you to void the contract, it doesn't require you to; in terms of net effect, the difference between waiving the rescission period and simply not using it is nil. If you've already agreed to waive a rescission period and are now wondering if you can still get out of the contract ... contact a lawyer in your area.
Yes, they can waive the defense. I am not sure why anyone would do so, but they may.
Well according to the OED the word waive means refraining or insisting on or applying ( a right or claim).
Not necessarily but if you (or your attorney) waives "speedy" it makes no real difference. If you do not waive it, it will simply have to speed up the lab process.
If your mother joins us on as a chaperone, we'll waive your field trip fee.
The person with the right to the particular privilege is also the one with the right to waive it.
You either were found not guilty and why would you want to waive that or it was dismissed with prejudice and you do not want to waive that either. If convicted a new trial would only occur if they was a problem with the old trial and Double Jeopardy would not apply
DAA may waive the certification requirement under severe operational or personnel constraints.
"waive" ... Yes, with the court's permission. She cannot waive support due the State as reimbursement for assistance provided.
(1) There's a limit to how many players you can waive in the season. (2) The player you tried to waive had a no-waive clause in his contract and could only be waived during off season.
The short answer is NO, I doubt that they could, it is not their right to waive.