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  • adj. Not waivable.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ waivable

Examples

  • The latest version gets rid of the negligence clause via an amendment proposed by Rep. Pat Lantz, focusing instead on nonwaivable warranties -- not the flimsy one-year ones contractors often offer home buyers.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Where, as here, the notice of petition and petition commencing a special proceeding are filed with the Court Clerk instead of the County Clerk, whether inadvertently or not, the filing is ineffective and constitutes a nonwaivable jurisdictional defect rendering the proceeding a nullity.

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