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revocation

A cancellation of a power or authority,such as a power of attorney or an agency.
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Members can either decide to take no action or can revoke the licence.
BEIRUT: Kataeb (Phalange) MP Elie Marouni denounced Tuesday a recent government decision to revoke Lebanese citizenship from some Syriac families in the eastern city of Zahle, calling on President Michel Sleiman to annul this decision.
The town council of Braunau voted to revoke his citizenship as a precaution and any other rewards he may have been bestowed at the time of Austria's annexation to Germany.
Coun Doreen Ameson, chair of the taxis committee, said: "We take this offence extremely seriously and will not hesitate to revoke a licence where drivers fail to learn from their first offence.
The vote to revoke immunity of Hayef over violations registered in Andalus
As for Parliament's stand toward the revoke, Hashimi said, "There are constitutional mechanism known by all on how Parliament should deal with revoked laws by the Presidency, Parliament can vote on accepting the amendments proposed in the revoking or amend them or even reject them and return them back to the Presidency to study them to make appropriate decision.
However, Aero Continente is claiming that is illegal for the aviation authority to revoke a licence based on financial and administrative reasons, as the agency has no authority in those areas.
In the meantime, Arizona Attorney General Janet Napolitano blasted Andersen for the collapsed settlement and asked the state Board of Accountancy to revoke the licenses of all certified public accountants at Andersen who were involved in the BFA situation.
A LOGBOOK used by a police licensing officer was inaccurate and should not be used to revoke a Coventry nightclub's licence, the club's solicitor told licensing justices yesterday.
IRS Can Revoke Tax Exemption Of Church For Paristan Politicking, Federal Appellate Court Rules
In the suit, which was initiated in 1989, the State of California and the Natural Resources Defense Council seek an order requiring the Environmental Protection Agency to revoke both the raw and processed food tolerances for a number of pesticides that EPA itself has acknowledged pose no health risks.
Regulations also revoke the Public Health (Imported Milk) Regulations 1926, which are no longer enforced.