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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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2018concerning the recourse of a land owner claiming an order annulling the revocation of the order of compulsory acquisition of her land.
OD-3260, dated 26 September 2016, on appointing the provisional administration to the Moscow-based credit institution Military-industrial Bank, joint stock company, or VPB Bank JSC due to the revocation of its banking licence.
We formalize the notion of CP-ABE supporting flexible and direct revocation mechanisms (FDR-CP-ABE) in the setting of cloud computing, formulate a reasonable security model, and present a concrete construction.
Depending on one's perspective, citizenship revocation is either emergent or recrudescem.
The first two causes of revocation require the existence of the donee's guilt in the execution of the special obligations, while the third cause, which will be the object of a separate study, takes into account the simple manifestation of will of the donor spouse to revoke the donation made to the other spouse during the marriage.
A plan's automatic revocation language is often misunderstood as eliminating a legally separated spouse's right to death benefits, which may cause a plan administrator to pay death benefits to the wrong person.
Admitted to practice: 2003) A disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment.
Shatina Golden, RMA, Matteson, IL, Permanent Revocation - September 5, 2012
One of the grounds of challenge to the revocation of the regional strategies was that their revocation was not subject to strategic environmental assessment.
At a revocation hearing last month, the board voted 2-1 not to revoke the food permit.
Current studies suggest that the Road Side Unit (RSU) is responsible for tracking the misbehavior of vehicles and for certificate revocation by broadcasting Certificate Revocation List (CRL).
Having committed to the revocation of AFSPA, it is becoming difficult to counter the propagandist onslaught of the vested interests and hence the search for a middle path.