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What happens if I refuse to sign a waiver?

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I have been paying a premium fee for a promised premium serviceI but I have recently noted that my  investment manager has overlooked  investing my savings for 12 months and now has offered marginal [??] recompense conditional upon me signing a waiver of any future action.
asked Oct 31, 2013 in Savings Account by delorraine Newbie (120 points)
   

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The state can not need you to penalty your rights, but in this case it is in your best interests to do so. They need you to sign the waiver so that once on trial, they may conduct searches of your person and your property whenever they wish. This is so they may make sure compliance with your trial. If you don't sign the waiver, you will be denied trail. You can choose not to sign the waiver, but then your trail will be rejected and you will serve your sentence in jail. It's your choice.
answered Feb 10, 2014 by charlie Inquisitive Expert (100,740 points)

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