Definitions for "Avoidance"
A right which can be exercised by and underwriter to relieve him of liability under the policy because the assured has been guilty of a breach of good faith or where the risk in voyage policy has failed to attach within a reasonable time after the underwriter wrote the risk.
The right of an underwriter, in the event of a breach of good faith or delay in commencement of an insured voyage to step aside from the insurance contract and to treat it as though they had never accepted the risk.
The right of an underwriter to avoid a contract of marine insurance. This can occur in the event of a breach of good faith by the assured or by his broker or, in the case of a voyage policy, where the voyage does not commence within a reasonable time after acceptance of the risk by the underwriter.
A smoke emission control strategy that considers meteorological conditions when scheduling prescribed fires in order to avoid incursions into smoke sensitive areas.
a negotiation strategy in which a negotiator pursues a strategy of nonengagement in conflict or competition in order to achieve a desirable end, or to avoid reaching an unfavorable or untimely settlement.
deliberately avoiding; keeping away from or preventing from happening
The Bankruptcy Code permits the debtor to eliminate (avoid) certain liens that have not been validated or "perfected" by judgment creditors. These liens generally are placed on various household items which may be exempted through filing bankruptcy. Judgments that have been granted a creditor (usually an unsecured creditor) may also be "avoided" in most cases relieving a debtor's real property of such judgment. This is sometimes called "lien stripping."
this is when the court modifies or sets aside "liens" against the assets of the bankruptcy estate.
The Bankruptcy Code permits the debtor to eliminate (avoid) certain kinds of liens that interfere with (or impair) an exemption claimed in the bankruptcy. Most judgment liens that have attached to the debtor's home can be avoided if the total of the liens (mortgages, judgment liens and statutory liens) is greater than the value of the property in which the exemption is claimed. This is sometimes called "lien stripping."
Ducking or moving laterally to prevent a hit.
ducking or moving sideways to avoid being hit
Keywords:  lowenthal, michael, novel
Avoidance is a 2002 novel by Michael Lowenthal.
The act of becoming vacant, or the state of being vacant; -- specifically used for the state of a benefice becoming void by the death, deprivation, or resignation of the incumbent.
A symptom of a disorder manifested by avoiding the establishment of new interpersonal contacts to the extent that social functioning is impaired.
A method for reducing allergy symptoms by reducing the contact with the allergen.
The simplest form of dispute resolution in which the aggrieved party takes no steps to resolve the dispute.
Keywords:  annulment, act
The act of annulling; annulment.
A defense mechanism consisting of refusal to encounter situations, objects, or activities
A risk management technique whereby a situation or activity that may result in a loss for a firm is avoided or abandoned.
A dismissing or a quitting; removal; withdrawal.
Keywords:  shunning, clear, keeping, act
The act of avoiding or shunning; keeping clear of.
Avoidance is said to occur when specific target language features are under-represented in learner production in comparison to native-speaker production. Avoidance may he caused by Ll transfer. [51
Keywords:  anything, carried, courts, off
The courts by which anything is carried off.
Keywords:  loss, see
see Loss Avoidance.