A letter of waiver is any letter that is used to verify that someone has waived one of their rights, or that an obligation out against them has been waived. For example, if someone was thinking about going hunting on a gaming reserve, they may have to sign a letter of waiver that states that the owner of the property is not responsible for any hunting accidents that may occur while hunting on his property.
Waiver letters are also sent to request things like bank charges or the interest on a loan be quashed.
Zachary M. Cleary
613 Arrowood Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Dear Mr. Cleary
As per company policy, you must sign this letter of waiver before you go hunting on our property.
I, Zachary M. Cleary, hereby agree that:
– Wilderness properties Inc. Is not responsible for any hunting accidents that may occur while I am hunting on this property.
– If a hunting accident does occur, I cannot bring about a lawsuit against any of the employees working on the property.
– If I am injured or killed due to a hunting accident, my family may not sure Wilderness Properties Inc. or any of its employees.
We thank you for your cooperation and we hope you will enjoy your stay at one of Wilderness Properties game hunting reserves!
“Buffalo” Bill Handley
Wilderness Properties Inc.
Account Number: GE1972453678
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing to ask whether you would consider waiving the late payment charge associated with my most recent electricity bill (dated February 13, 2012) as the postal service lost the check, and ordinarily it would have reached you at least 3 days before payment was due.
Please find enclosed a copy of the postal receipt dated January 01, and a written apology from the postal service for the error.
If you check my account history you will find that I have never once been late with payment, and I feel the $25 charge is unfair for being such a loyal customer over the past 20 years.
I hope you can take this in to consideration.
Mrs. P. Garcia
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing this letter respectfully requesting that you waiver my visa penalty due to past criminal record and reconsider my application. I fully understand that the United States cannot accept anybody that would pose a safety threat to citizens or economic burden due to incarceration, but I feel that this does not apply to me.
I am 58 years old. The conviction of theft occurred when I was 18. I take full responsibility for the crime, however I am not the dumb child I was back then. This was my first and only conviction and I have never been arrested or cautioned by the police in the years after the incident.
As demonstrated by my references I am a hardworking family man, and all I want to do is spend some extended time with my sister (now a green card holder) who cannot afford to travel back to South America.
To whom it may concern,
As you are aware I am struggling making repayments on my Personal Loan and am now incurring a large amount of interest that is preventing me from paying down the debt at all.
I respectfully ask that you consider freezing the interest for 12 months so I can make repayments and lower the balance to a more manageable amount.
I am currently in financial hardship as I lost my job due to downsizing and cannot find anything of similar salary to meet my obligations. Please find enclosed 4 months worth of bank statements to give you a better understanding of the situation.
While this of course is not ideal I think this is the only way to ensure that the loan principal gets paid off in full.
Thank you for your consideration and please advise me further.
Dear Sir or Madam,
Regarding Checking Account: 8675957364123
I would like to request that you consider reimbursing bank charges you applied to an unplanned overdraft that has been building up since last year. The fact that I went in to the red at all is a testament to my financial hardship. Charging me for subsequent failed direct debits that I did not cancel in time, on top of the interest on the overdraft, has compounded the problem and made it much harder to pay off. I am finding it considerably difficult to even buy daily necessities like bread and milk.
I believe that if the charges of $500 are waived I will be able to start paying down the debt and get the account back in to good standing. If not I may be forced to seek legal advice.
I look forward to your prompt reply
Mr. R. Austin