disbenefit

dis·ben·e·fit

 (dĭs-bĕn′ə-fĭt)
n.
Something that is a disadvantage or has a deleterious effect; a drawback.

disbenefit

(dɪsˈbɛnɪfɪt)
n
formal Austral a disadvantage
References in periodicals archive ?
"If government want to offer a simple claims only service, then GPs should be able to choose the integrated MDO service at no financial disbenefit.
To the fore in these considerations are various diseconomic and disbenefit arguments pertaining to the retention of small schools.
"This system allows London Underground to proactively respond to potential failures and gain better insights into asset lifecycle, which has resulted in improved uptime for the Victoria Line and an estimated 39,000/year reduction in lost customer hours and a 350,000/year [pound sterling] savings in passenger disbenefit."
"So oil and gas companies in Texas that are active in many states might benefit in those other states, but the Texas oil and gas production might have a disbenefit," he said.
We are talking around a quarter of a million euros disbenefit which hit the business very hard and caused huge concern and anger.
(37) Chen-Wishart has suggested that practical benefit exists in either the increased chance of contractual performance or where the promisor might acquire some further benefit or avoid a disbenefit. (38)
Unwanted adverts that aim to manipulate consumer behaviour represent a disbenefit that ought to be netted off; indeed, many people are proving willing to pay for ad blockers to access free content without adverts.
In the event that any Governmental Authority invokes any present or future law, treaty, intergovernmental agreement, decree or administrative order which contravenes the provisions of this Agreement or adversely or positively affects the rights or interests of Contractor hereunder, including, but not limited to, any changes in tax legislation, regulations, or administrative practice, the terms of this Agreement shall be adjusted to reestablish the economic equilibrium of the Parties, and if the rights or interests of Contractor have been adversely affected, then SOCAR shall indemnify the Contractor (and its assignees) for any disbenefit, deterioration in economic circumstances, loss or damages that ensue therefrom.
They plotted the results in tables and color-coded the cells to indicate whether the treatment resulted in a benefit (orange), disbenefit (yellow), or neither (white).
Also, in winter in warm-humid climates, ERV operation has the disbenefit of keeping moisture inside the house at times when drier outside air might have helped reduce indoor high humidity.
As a general rule, tort law does not require people to act for the benefit of others and to ignore their own interests, but only to avoid causing 'disbenefit' to others" (supra note 68 at 189-90).