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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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Even releasees enrolled in expedited Medicaid received low levels of timely treatment (28 percent).
likely than similarly situated releasees to commit future crimes.
In Samson, the Supreme Court answered the question, left unaddressed in Knights, of whether the status of a conditional releasee diminishes or eliminates a released prisoner's reasonable expectation of privacy so as to allow for suspicionless searches of their person after release.
Supreme Court, the court held that because the defendant was an incarcerated prisoner, he had an even lower expectation of privacy than a probationer, parolee, or conditional releasee. Id.
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. The court noted that there was no mention of Seminole or its nurses, previously identified as Nurses John and Jane Doe.
(117) The district court ruled that sex offenders who "[h]ave completed their sentences and are no longer on parole, probation, or any other form of court supervision" were "entitled to full Fourth Amendment protection, without the lowered expectation of privacy" that supervised releasees have.
Within several months' time, nine releasees had been charged with new crimes, seventeen had been returned to prison on allegations of new violent criminal activity, and thirty-one had been taken into custody on allegations of nonviolent rule violations.
Lower recidivism seems dependent on training and education programs in detention facilities as well as effective reintegration of releasees back into society, including securing a job or job training, an education, and so forth.
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 1.3 million persons annually (Taxman 2004).
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.
The programs--in Texas, Philadelphia and New York state--showed that finding ways to finance treatment and track offenders until benefits begin is crucial to releasees' health.
Katie's mother had signed an application form for the summer camp program releasing the city and its employees from "all liability" for any loss or damage on account of injury "whether caused by any negligent act or omission of the releasees or otherwise." Relying on the waiver, the city moved for summary judgment on the parents' lawsuit.