Waiver & Disclaimer

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    American English
    You need to give us sentences and context if we are to help you. Please have a look at our rules -- they will help you understand how to phrase questions. Thank you. (Rules)
    Thanks copyright, however, I want to distinguish the definition of waiver and disclaimer because I found them very often in legal contracts. Do they have the same meaning? Here is a example of a waiver provision.


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    Senior Member
    USA English
    Not only are waiver and disclaimer defined quite nicely here in the attached dictionary, but there are multiple previous discussions for each word.

    Note than they are distinct words and are not bound to each other.

    Have you checked them?
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