Waiver

Waiver definition

/ˈweɪvə/

What does Waiver mean?

In contract law, 'waiver' is used to denote the granting of a concession by one party not insisting on the other party’s precise performance of its obligations under the contract. It is also where one party gives up its rights to take action or enforce its rights under a contract.

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