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Tips for Writing an Effective Waiver Letter

Tips for Writing an Effective Waiver Letter

  1. Keep your letter brief and get directly to the point. Avoid including any non-relevant information in your letter.

 

  1. Include a clear statement of what you are asking to have waived in the opening paragraph of your letter.

 

  1. When possible provide examples as evidence to back up your reasons for requesting a waiver.

 

  1. Use proper English. Waiver letter requests with errors in grammar and spelling mistakes distract the reader from the points you are making.

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