disentitle

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disentitle

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtaɪtəl)
vb
(Law) (tr) to deprive of a title, right, or claim

disentitle


Past participle: disentitled
Gerund: disentitling

Imperative
disentitle
disentitle
Present
I disentitle
you disentitle
he/she/it disentitles
we disentitle
you disentitle
they disentitle
Preterite
I disentitled
you disentitled
he/she/it disentitled
we disentitled
you disentitled
they disentitled
Present Continuous
I am disentitling
you are disentitling
he/she/it is disentitling
we are disentitling
you are disentitling
they are disentitling
Present Perfect
I have disentitled
you have disentitled
he/she/it has disentitled
we have disentitled
you have disentitled
they have disentitled
Past Continuous
I was disentitling
you were disentitling
he/she/it was disentitling
we were disentitling
you were disentitling
they were disentitling
Past Perfect
I had disentitled
you had disentitled
he/she/it had disentitled
we had disentitled
you had disentitled
they had disentitled
Future
I will disentitle
you will disentitle
he/she/it will disentitle
we will disentitle
you will disentitle
they will disentitle
Future Perfect
I will have disentitled
you will have disentitled
he/she/it will have disentitled
we will have disentitled
you will have disentitled
they will have disentitled
Future Continuous
I will be disentitling
you will be disentitling
he/she/it will be disentitling
we will be disentitling
you will be disentitling
they will be disentitling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disentitling
you have been disentitling
he/she/it has been disentitling
we have been disentitling
you have been disentitling
they have been disentitling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disentitling
you will have been disentitling
he/she/it will have been disentitling
we will have been disentitling
you will have been disentitling
they will have been disentitling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disentitling
you had been disentitling
he/she/it had been disentitling
we had been disentitling
you had been disentitling
they had been disentitling
Conditional
I would disentitle
you would disentitle
he/she/it would disentitle
we would disentitle
you would disentitle
they would disentitle
Past Conditional
I would have disentitled
you would have disentitled
he/she/it would have disentitled
we would have disentitled
you would have disentitled
they would have disentitled
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Issue of a notice by the Special Court to the individual alleged to be a fugitive economic offender; Confiscation of the property of an individual declared as a fugitive economic offender resulting from the proceeds of crime; Confiscation of other property belonging to such offender in India and abroad, including benami property; Disentitlement of the fugitive economic offender from defending any civil claim; and vii.
17) Appellate counsel had a continuing duty to represent her and the fugitive disentitlement doctrine of Schreck should not apply because she was not an escapee from confinement.
In turn, the section sets the stage for the health care disentitlement facing at least some international migrants to be characterized as a contravention of the CHA, and for the enforcement mechanisms stipulated in the Act to be deployed as a possible remedy for international migrants' health care insecurity.
It has always been the case that anyone claiming for benefits has to prove that they are actively seeking employment, have to present a job diary when signing on, and if they could not establish such a precedent, may have been subject to a sanction which, due to recent changes, could lead to disentitlement for up to 3 years.
Michael Lipsky, Bureaucratic Disentitlement in Social Welfare Programs, 58 Soc.
The agricultural land and peasants' housing plots, under rural collectivity ownership, were often forcibly acquired by the local governments and thereafter sold to private developers without proper compensation, resulting in disentitlement and impoverishment of the villagers (He et al.
1821, 1857 (2001) (noting that the fair hearing provisions of the Social Security Act of 1935 "had been dormant for the Act's first thirty years"); Vicki Lens, Bureaucratic Disentitlement After Welfare Reform: Are Fair Hearings the Cure?
71) The court found that the fugitive disentitlement doctrine applied because once the defendant did not return to the United States he became a fugitive; under that doctrine, any pending appeal of a fugitive may be dismissed.
It can also maintain the illusion of a government that acknowledges and respects popular institutions, and the ideas and values that are embedded in them, while actually introducing changes that lead to a process of creeping disentitlement.
Single people were also four times more likely to be concerned about their personal circumstances than couple enquirers, (2) which may reflect not only their lower financial status but also feelings of disentitlement to parenthood (Owen, 1999).
20) If the defendant is a fugitive, then the fugitive disentitlement doctrine permits the court to refuse to rule on a motion by the defendant until he has surrendered.