To refuse or to set aside. For example, the Trustee in Bankruptcy, under the Bankruptcy and insolvency Act, can disallow a claim submitted by a creditor. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms)
United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012.
Glossary of Bankruptcy.
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disallowance — I noun abjuration, abjurement, censorship, compliance, contradiction, contravention, countermand, declination, defeasance, denial, disaffirmation, disapproval, disavowal, disclaimer, disownment, embargo, interdiction, nonconsent, nonforbiddance,… … Law dictionary
Disallowance — Dis al*low ance, n. The act of disallowing; refusal to admit or permit; rejection. Syn: Disapprobation; prohibition; condemnation; censure; rejection. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
disallowance — disallow ► VERB ▪ declare invalid. DERIVATIVES disallowance noun … English terms dictionary
disallowance — “+ noun : the act of disallowing : refusal to admit or permit : rejection the taxpayer was notified of the disallowance of his claim for refund … Useful english dictionary
disallowance — noun see disallow … New Collegiate Dictionary
disallowance — See disallowable. * * * … Universalium
disallowance — noun The action of not allowing, or of withdrawing allowance … Wiktionary
disallowance — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. A refusal to allow: ban, forbiddance, inhibition, interdiction, prohibition, proscription, taboo. See ALLOW. 2. A turning down of a request: denial, refusal, rejection, turndown. See ACCEPT … English dictionary for students
disallowance — disÂ·al lowÂ·ance || â€šdÉªsÉ™ laÊŠÉ™ns n. prohibition, ban, rejection … English contemporary dictionary
disallowance — dis·allowance … English syllables