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Release

Relieve party to a trade of any previously made obligation concerning that trade, hence allowing the would-be transactor to show the inquiry/order to a new broker.

Release

Written statement by a creditor to the effect that a debtor has either paid off the debt or the debt is otherwise discharged. A creditor may release a lien if the loan has been paid or if other collateral has been offered. Most mortgages contain release clauses indicating under what circumstances the borrower obtains release from the mortgage lien.

release

See release of lien.

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The results from this broad sample of arrestees contrast sharply with results from samples of prison releasees obtained in earlier research.
This attempt to address the needs of former prisoners reentering society is particularly significant since, as will be discussed below, exonerees often receive less in the way of reentry services than typical releasees or parolees.
Note that these classifications are based on the entire residual life of the releasee (up to age 100 in this analysis).
082 specifies merely that "the state attorney may seek to have the court sentence the defendant as a prison releasee reoffender.
Still, numerous initiatives have shown that it is possible to improve the odds that releasees will link to community-based treatment (Wang et al.
The court observed that in this case there was no mention of full satisfaction for the Berrios' injuries in the Release, only a release of claims against the named releasees.
64) Yet, while exonerees have been found innocent of the crime they were convicted of, they face similar challenges seeking employment as ordinary prison releasees.
The burden of infectious disease among inmates of and releasees from US correctional facilities, 1997.
Indicators included higher enrollment in community-based service organizations, improved housing obtainment for both racial groups, and an increased employment rate among white releasees.
Recidivism among federal prison releasees in 1987: A preliminary report.
Recent annual estimates range from 650,000 releasees from state prisons to 1,000,000 releasees from county jails; when federal releasees are counted as well, the unduplicated reentry population approaches 1.
Surely it is not a good idea to have so many prisoners in a build up area, it also attracts releasees to stay in the area which is not good.