Waiver or Waivers may refer to:

  • Waiver, a voluntary relinquishment or surrender of some known right or privilege
  • Waivers (American football), an NFL procedure by which a team makes a player contract or NFL rights available to all other teams
  • Waivers (NHL), an NHL procedure by which a team makes a player’s contract and rights available to all other teams
  • Waivers, a type of Major League Baseball transaction
  • Waivers (NBA), a National Basketball Association (NBA) procedure of releasing a player under contract
Other uses
  • Executive waiver, an administrative tool of the Executive Branch in the U.S.
  • Forfeiture and waiver, concepts used by the United States court system
  • Whitewash waiver, proposed resolution regarding stockholder rights
  • Liability waiver, such as pre-accident releases
  • Damage waiver, optional collision coverage when renting a vehicle

Other articles related to "waivers, waiver":

Waivers (American Football)
... Waivers is a National Football League labor management procedure by which a team makes an American football player contract or NFL rights (such as NFL draft rights to an unsigned player ... Players that pass through waivers unclaimed become free agents ... Waiver claims are irrevocable ...
Sergio Valdez - Career - Waivers
... He was selected off waivers from the Braves by the Indians on April 30, 1990 ... The Indians used him mainly as a starter (13 of 24 appearances with the Indians were starts) and overall that year he went 6-6 with a 4.85 ERA ...
Dodmerb - Waivers
... to not meet medical standards may be considered for a medical waiver* from the specific program to which they've applied under the following conditions (*= A medical waiver is rendered on a case-by-case ... The medical waiver authorities are designated by the Academies, ROTC programs, USUHS, and officer accession program headquarters ... There may be different decisions by the different waiver authorities based on the "needs" of that Service/Program ...
Coastwise Shipping Laws - Waivers of Jones Act Provisions
... Requests for waivers certain provisions of the act are reviewed by the United States Maritime Administration on a case by case basis ... Waivers have been granted for example, in cases of national emergencies or in cases of strategic interest ... For instance, declining oil production prompted MARAD to grant a waiver to operators of the 512-foot Chinese vessel Tai An Kou to tow an oil rig from the Gulf of Mexico to Alaska ...