Definitions for "exemption"
A direct reduction taken from taxable income for a specific reason, as allowed by the IRS.
A tax deduction taken by an individual, a spouse, and each dependent.
Direct reductions from gross income allowed by the IRS. Exercise To implement the right of the holder of an option to buy (in the case of a call) or sell (in the case of a put) the underlying security.
For managed care, an exclusion from mandatory enrollment in Healthy Options, and Persons Requiring Regulation. See Managed Care
A required course replaced in a program by relevant Work Experience plus an equivalent number of Accreditation Units extra to the program approved by the Operations Committee.
The waiving of a prerequisite or required course for students who have proven they have comparable learning. The student may be required to replace the exempted course with an alternate.
The right given a debtor to retain authorized portions of his or her property, wages, or earnings from claims by creditors.
Generally, an exemption is an asset that you can keep after bankruptcy, free and clear from your creditors. Exemptions will vary from state to state. Typical exemptions include your homestead, a motor vehicle, professional tools, etc. You need to check with your state to see whether your state uses the federal bankruptcy exemptions or has implemented its own schedule of exemptions.
a debtor's right to a minimum amount of property (usually in terms of dollars) that cannot be reached by creditors
A state (with primacy) may exempt a public water system from a requirement involving a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL), treatment technique, or both, if the system cannot comply due to compelling economic or other factors, or because the system was in operation before the requirement or MCL was instituted; and the exemption will not create a public health risk. (See variance)
State or EPA permission for a water system not to meet a certain drinking water standard. An exemption allows a system additional time to obtain financial assistance or make improvements in order to come into compliance with the standard. The system must prove that: (1) there are compelling reasons (including economic factors) why it cannot meet a MCL or Treatment Technique; (2) it was in operation on the effective date of the requirement, and (3) the exemption will not create an unreasonable risk to public health. The state must set a schedule under which the water system will comply with the standard for which it received an exemption.
A state with primary enforcement responsibility under the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act may relieve a public water system from a requirement respecting an MCL, treatment technique, or both, by granting an exemption if certain conditions exist.
The act of exempting; the state of being exempt; freedom from any charge, burden, evil, etc., to which others are subject; immunity; privilege; as, exemption of certain articles from seizure; exemption from military service; exemption from anxiety, suffering, etc.
An exemption is a privilege removing one from a certain form of authority or jurisdiction. ARs like all religious, are "exempt" from the authority of the local bishop (except in regard to pastoral* ministry) and are subject, rather, to the authority of their own superiors.
freedom for a monastery from episcopal control and oversight
a disallowableinstrument
Authorization issued by appropriate national authorities of all States concerned providing relief from the provisions of these Regulations.
Payment relief available to long-term prison inmates and hospital patients.
a request to the FAA to allow a school to deviate from existing regulations
a limited one and does not cover all purchases of pharmaceuticals by the hospital
a statutory allowance that represents an individual
Under provincial legislation and the approval of City Council, a property may have a portion or all of its assessment not used to calculate annual property taxes. Statutory exemptions are provided in provincial legislation for properties such as hospitals, schools, and places of public worship.
Keywords:  nga, clergy, granted, release, grace
release from the obligation of military service. Before 1971, exemptions (or deferments) were granted to clergy, people in critical occupations (teachers, doctors, scientists), and people with certain medical conditions. See Selective Service.
Release from liability for payment of taxes.
an act exempting someone; "he was granted immunity from prosecution"
An environmental document exempting projects from the California Environmental Quality Act based on a finding that the project does not have significant effects on the environment. For more detailed information about environmental impact assessments, contact the Department of Environmental Review and Assessment (DERA) at (916) 874-7914.
An exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act for a class of projects based on a finding that the class of projects does not have a significant effect on the environment.
A determination made in accordance with the A-76 Circular and its Supplement, that a commercial activity may be converted to or from in-house, contract or ISSA performance without cost comparison and may be justified by reasons other than cost.
an indefinite dispensation from further language testing
exception A provision of the [Access to Information] Act which entitles the head of the institution to refuse to disclose information in response to a request received under the Act. Source: Access to Information and Privacy Guidelines
a provision of law that basically says you are entitled to keep a
The ability to sell certain limited types of securities without full compliance with securities registration laws.
An exemption is a or law which excepts certain things from another rule or law.
Keywords:  lost, lets, instead, court, debt
A court order that lets the person who lost keep some property instead of using it to pay his or her debt.
Keywords:  duty, situation, free, ruling
the situation of being free from a duty or ruling
Exercise settlement amount Exercise value