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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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"The bottom line is we need to fix the revocation system, and there's no doubt about that," Willis said.
Has the most common reason(s) for occupational therapy licensure revocations varied in the last 5 years?
(1) But citizenship revocation makes the production of the alien within entirely literal.
WORCESTER - A judge issued a preliminary injunction yesterday staying the License Commission's March 17 revocation of the Platinum Premier Gentlemen's Club's common victualer and all-alcoholic and entertainment licenses pending appeals.
Importantly, however, the remaining seventy-seven percent of revocations are for technical violations, yet seventy-five percent of these revocations are for new criminal offenses where the state elected not to prosecute or where the parolee was found innocent of the crime at trial.
The IRS defends its position by arguing that because IRC section 6104(a)(1)(A) requires disclosure of determinations granting tax-exempt status but says nothing with respect to denials and revocations, one can reasonably conclude that Congress did not intend to require disclosure of denials or revocations.
GAO's analysis shows that the Departments of State and Homeland Security took some actions in the summer of 2003 to address weaknesses in the visa revocation process identified in its June 2003 report.
revocations were higher for men than for women (49 percent vs.
In the past, the role of due process in citizenship revocations has attracted substantial attention.
Failure to file will subject the charity to a $500 fine and revocation of registration.
Congressional requesters asked GAO to (1) identify the policies and procedures of State, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that govern their respective visa revocation actions and (2) determine the effectiveness of the process.
But no record of the man complying with the revocation or submitting a required "Firearm Disposition Record" could be found, officials said.