Definition of 'sign away'
Example sentences containing 'sign away'
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
You have to sign away any right to how your songs are recorded and you have to pay your advance back.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But one of the most worrying aspects is the apparent determination of the pharmaceutical executives to make the guinea pigs sign away their rights in advance.The Sun (2006)
They claim the former dental nurse signed away her parental rights in return for a house and a multi-million dollar lump sum.The Sun (2009)
He lost millions in royalties after being forced to sign away the licensing rights to the Soviet Union.The Sun (2014)
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