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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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Keith Wheeler, a Republican from Oswego, that appropriated funds to revocation efforts without requiring a fingerprint mandate.
Inspector Don Wade, of Northumbria Police, welcomed the decision and says officers were left with "no option" but to apply for its revocation.
* The number of shares of stock, including nonvoting stock, outstanding at the time the revocation is made; and
According to Section 3583(h), the district court could impose a second supervised release term as long as it did not exceed the term of supervised release authorized for the underlying conviction (i.e., thirty-six months), less the term of imprisonment that was imposed upon revocation (i.e., twenty-four months).
With the revocation of Dengvaxia, it is now unlawful to import, sell or distribute the said products.
Descriptive statistics were used to examine the demographic variables of gender, region, reason for licensure revocation, year of licensure revocation, and length of active licensure.
Thus, invoking the automatic revocation clause in the Deed of Donation, Dono revoked, annulled and declared void the Deed of Donation.
Lagman, a veteran lawyer and legislator, is of the opinion that Duterte's revocation of the amnesty granted to former Navy Lieutenant-turned-senator Trillanes by the Aquino administration back in 2010 "has no legal and factual basis."
The Petitioners appealed to this court and moved to stay the privilege revocation pending appeal.
"The revocation of our business license will have a significant impact on our subcontractors, minority shareholders and foreign investors," a Jin Air official said.
HAIFA, February 21, 2018 (WAFA) -- Three human rights organizations based in Israel sent a letter this month to the Israeli Interior Ministry expressing their deep concerns regarding a newly proposed bill that allows revocation of residency rights of East Jerusalem Palestinians on "breach of loyalty" grounds describing it as illegal under international law, according to a press release published this week.
6 ruling was unanimous, with the entire panel agreeing on the intent of revocation statutes where the expressed meaning was potentially vague.