disentitle

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disentitle

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtaɪtəl)
vb
(Law) (tr) to deprive of a title, right, or claim
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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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'Discipline and Punishment in the Law of Unemployment Insurance--A critical view of disqualifications and disentitlements.' Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 25(3).
Cases like Melody Madison's expose the everyday acts and ideas that mark and naturalize perceptions of black female sexual deviance, and point to the contradictions, stratifications and disentitlements embedded in the everyday conditions of the racialized and sexualized other.
The five chapters in this section describe the various provisions of the British policy related to asylum seekers' (and other immigrants') disentitlements from social welfare programs such as cash assistance and housing.
Bennett, "No Relief But Upon the Terms of Coming into the House,"--Controlled Spaces, Invisible Disentitlements, and Homelessness in an Urban Shelter System, 104 YALE L.J.
(220) It has also increased the danger of "bureaucratic disentitlement" (221)--the various extralegal administrative hurdles that discourage people from applying for or that delay receipt of benefits (222)--by allowing states and localities (and thus front-line caseworkers) greater discretion to promote employment over financial assistance or to discourage people from even applying for benefits.
Behind the Punch and Judy show of energetic debate concerning the West and Islam, for example, all manner of antidemocratic, sanctimonious and alienating devices (the theory of the Great Satan or of the rogue state and terrorism) are in place as diversions from the social and economic disentitlements occurring in reality.
Those unemployed who can meet qualifying criteria now up to three times higher than what was required only two years ago are subject to a barrage of disqualifications, disentitlements and penalties while on claim.
A reporter's recent interviews with management and line personnel in a front-line Baltimore City welfare office illustrate how, through systemic verification demands, even unexceptionable, routine management can lead to disentitlements. Sixty staff members oversee seven thousand cases and sixteen hundred people are interviewed for new or continuing cases each month.
Litigators use the term "discouragement" to refer to informal practices that deter poor people from applying for public benefits.[4] These tactics form a virulent subcategory of the informal "bureaucratic disentitlement" processes used by public assistance offices to withhold benefits from arguably eligible recipients.[5] Bureaucratic disentitlement can be achieved through any practice that frustrates attempts to apply for benefits, or that delays actual receipt of the benefits once the applicant's eligibility is officially confirmed.
In Manitoba, for the 1991-92 fiscal year, with 136,053 UI claims filed, the UI Commission imposed 52,097 disqualifications and disentitlements. Yet only 622 appeals were heard before the Board of Referees (an administrative lay tribunal independent of the UIC).
It must be concluded that for various reasons, UI claimants are discouraged from appealing disentitlements and disqualifications.
(42) See Michael Lipsky, Bureaucratic Disentitlement in Social Welfare Programs, 58 Soc.