I waived my right to the inheritance in favour of my daughters.
2 set or put aside, except, ignore, disregard, overlook, abandon, defer, postpone:
We are happy to waive the rules in your case, madam.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb [VN] to choose not to demand sth in a particular case, even though you have a legal or official right to do so: He waived his right to appeal against the verdict. + We have decided to waive the tuition fees in your case.
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