Disqualify definition

Disqualify or “Disqualification” means, with respect to an Application, that the Application is returned to the Applicant by MBOH without scoring and without consideration for an Award of HCs, as authorized or required by this QAP.
Disqualify means to withdraw the privilege to
Disqualify means to withdraw the privilege to drive a commercial motor vehicle, including to suspend, cancel, or revoke that privilege under a state or federal law.

Examples of Disqualify in a sentence

  • Disqualify any Bidder whose conduct or proposal fails to conform to the requirements of this IFB.

  • Since the Adverse Analytical Finding was committed in a Competition, the panel would automatically Disqualify the result obtained in the Competition.

  • A decision by any of the above-described bodies to Disqualify results under Article 10.10 for a specified period automatically Disqualifies all results obtained within the authority of any Signatory during the specified period.

  • Since the Adverse Analytical Finding was committed in a Competition, the panel would have to automatically Disqualify the result obtained in that Competition (Article 9).

  • Disqualify a Proposer from receiving the award if the Proposer, or anyone in the Proposer's employ, has previously failed to perform satisfactorily in connection with public bidding or contracts.


More Definitions of Disqualify

Disqualify means to prohibit a licensee from engaging in professional practice and from deriving income from that practice as a result of a revocation, permanent surrender, with or without prejudice, or active suspension of licensure of one year or more. As used in this section, a licensee shall not be deemed disqualified if he or she is permitted to practice dentistry in a limited fashion, is the subject of an order of suspension which is stayed or if the duration of a suspension is less than one year.
Disqualify means “[t]he act of making ineligible; the fact or condition of being ineligible,”25 or “to deprive of the required qualities, properties, or conditions; make unfit.”26 These definitions do not connote a fleeting condition, but rather a status of ineligibility or unfitness. Additionally, a permanent disqualification from office is a longstanding and common collateral consequence of a conviction.27 Nevertheless, we acknowledge that a potential ambiguity exists given that in several statutes the Legislature has used the phraseforever disqualifiedwith reference to disqualifications from office,28 but has not done so here.
Disqualify means to deprive of the rights, powers, and privileges provided through these Bylaws.
Disqualify means rendering ineligible or unfit to perform, by reason of an interest in a case or for any other reason as may be contained in this article;
Disqualify or ‘disqualification’ means the power of the Bar Standards Board, pursuant to Section C of Part V, to disqualify a relevant person from performing one or more of the relevant activities where the disqualification condition is satisfied, which power when exercised on an interim basis shall be exercised in accordance with this section E of Part V;
Disqualify means to withdraw the privilege to drive a CMV, including to suspend, cancel, or revoke that privilege under a State or Federal law.
Disqualify means in relation to any penalty imposed or to be imposed, to prevent a person from playing Football, or acting in any official capacity in connection with, or being in any way whatsoever connected with the arranging, conducting, controlling or administration of football and football matches as the case may be, for an indefinite period.