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anon too

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I waive my right to do something.
I release you from your obligation to do something.
Lawyers often use them interchangeably and redundantly (because lawyers are risk averse and use redundancy to cover their butts).

Practically speaking, if I waive my right to pursue you, then you have been released from your obligation to do it to me.
If I release you from your obligation to do something to me, then I've waived my right to force you to do it.

anon too May 10, 2012, 12:21pm

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