disaffirmance


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dis·af·firm

 (dĭs′ə-fûrm′)
tr.v. dis·af·firmed, dis·af·firm·ing, dis·af·firms Law
To reject (a determination or obligation that is subject to approval).

dis′af·fir′mance (dĭs′ə-fûr′məns), dis·af′fir·ma′tion (dĭs-ăf′ər-mā′shən) n.
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disaffirmance

noun
A refusal to grant the truth of a statement or charge:
Law: traversal.
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The preferred approach is to disallow disaffirmance where the adult contracting party relied on the agreement to her detriment.