Definitions for "Objection"
That which is, or may be, presented in opposition; an adverse reason or argument; a reason for objecting; obstacle; impediment; as, I have no objection to going; unreasonable objections.
Protesting something and referring the question of its propriety or legality to the court.
In a trial, a reason stated on the record by an attorney that a matter or proceeding is illegal. Making objections in open court is important for purposes of making a record for appeal.
Keywords:  lodge, jockey, foul, complaint, trainer
A complaint about the conduct of one of the competitors in a race.
the period of bankruptcy can be extended by a trustee. When this happens, the trustee lodges an Objection with the Official Receiver at ITSA. Once it is registered on the National Personal Insolvency System, it is an valid objection. A trustee can lodge an objection If a bankrupt fails to co-operate, or fails to meet the requirements of the Bankruptcy Act. In this instance, a bankruptcy can be extended to a 5 or 8 year period from the date the bankrupt files their Statement of Affairs with ITSA through the Official Receiver. In certain circumstances, the period of bankruptcy does not commence until a bankrupt returns to Australia.
a foul claim lodged by a jockey, patrol judge or other official.
Written advice to us that you disagree with a decision or an assessment we have made.
The statement by the Purchaser of a concern regarding title to the subject property which the Purchaser requires the Vendor to correct before closing. Also known as "requisition".
A reason to be against something
Keywords:  detour, roadblock
a detour, not a roadblock
"Objection (Tango)" and "Te Aviso, Te Anuncio (Tango)" are latin pop songs written and composed by the Colombian pop star Shakira for her 2001 breakthrough English language album, Laundry Service.
Keywords:  premiss, contrary
a premiss contrary to a premiss
a big annoyance, but that doesn't mean that you're going to have to pay more money, or that you're going to be dismissed, so don't panic
Keywords:  sorrow, trouble, cause
Cause of trouble; sorrow.
a point of resistance raised by a prospect, usually price ("it's too expensive"), but can be anything at any stage of the selling process; overcoming objections is a revered and much-trained skill in the traditional selling process.
Keywords:  theft, wrongful, avoid, third, blocks
Blocks a contract in the case of loss or theft, to avoid wrongful use by a third party.
a potential error condition that your program can encounter
an agency's request to remove an eligible from consideration on a particular certificate
a request for further information
Keywords:  speech, act, action, agreement, prevent
The act of objecting; as, to prevent agreement, or action, by objection.
the speech act of objecting
Keywords:  danger, signal
a danger signal
a stated negative to a part, or all of the proposed benefits of a product
Keywords:  plan
They had no objections to my plan.
Keywords:  offer
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