Deny definition

Deny means to refuse to grant a remedy requested, to determine an issue to be without merit or to end a grievance without further consideration.
Deny means to refuse to grant or accept.
Deny means the WCAT panel agrees with the determination made on an issue covered by a decision or order under appeal, or does not grant the remedy requested in an application.

Examples of Deny in a sentence

  • Deny to employee organizations rights guaranteed to them by this chapter.

  • Deny the petition, after consultation with legal staff, if impossibility of compliance with the provisions of the previous order is not proven and notify the petitioner of what proof of impossibility of compliance was either not sufficient or not submitted.

  • Deny payment for Work not performed, or that due to Contractor’s actions or inactions, cannot be performed or if they were performed are reasonably of no value to the state; provided, that any denial of payment shall be equal to the value of the obligations not performed.

  • Deny liability in whole or in part and notify Owner citing reasons therefor.

  • Deny a person the opportunity to participate as a member of a plan- ning or advisory body which is an inte- gral part of the program.

More Definitions of Deny

Deny or “denial” means a rejection of an application for a license or a refusal to issue, renew or reinstate a license.
Deny means an insurer refuses to offer insurance coverage to a consumer;
Deny means to withhold or refuse to grant a license or permit.
Deny means to withhold or refuse to grant a license or permit. “Department” means the department of education.
Deny. , "denying", or "denied" means the assertion by an entity that it has no liability to pay a claim based upon eligibility of the patient, coverage of a service, medical necessity of a service, liability of another payer, or other grounds.
Deny means the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services will not issue a permit to the applicant.