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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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In a series of tweets, the whistleblower informed that the 'Recipient Limit' change in order to ensure that all members of a conversation receive the revoke request for a message within a designated time limit, in order to delete the message, wrote Indian Express.
Therefore, I decided to revoke the remaining pardons I issued on 12 April," Ivanov says.
In August the European Union Foreign Affairs Council decided to revoke all export licenses for any equipment that could be "used for internal repression" in Egypt.
Members can either decide to take no action or can revoke the licence.
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."
Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi, affirmed that, "Election Law, enacted by Parliament, lacks the constitutional base, especially its First Article, that made me revoke it according to my responsibility being member of the Presidency Council that is in charge of implementing the Constitution."<p>In a statement to the press issued on Saturday, Nov.
If satisfied there is an impairment they'll revoke a licence until its holder is free of drugs for at least a year.
Once the note is fully repaid, the grantor is generally eager to "cure" the defect and revoke his or her right to substitute trust assets.
At their recent planning meeting Wrexham councillors voted not to revoke planning permission for the landfill site at Hafod quarry, Johnstown, in Wrexham, and I don't doubt that the threat of financial compensation weighed heavily on the minds of some of those involved in making that decision.
The proposed plan would hit waste companies with the nation's highest dumping charge, revoke certification for a year if out-of-state jurisdictions dispose of banned and dangerous items, strengthen enforcement and ban landfill expansions until 2010.
Although he continues to object to the decision to give Ella Kazan a lifetime achievement Oscar, he did not use the word revoke. The importance of the distinction dudes me, but I am inclined to be charitable to a man whose father was not only one of Stalin's loudest apologists but also one of J.
Facing threats from the national BSA office to revoke its charter, the council, file nation's third largest, issued a new mission statement just days after the scout's expulsion, saying the anyone who acknowledges being gay may not participate in the Scouts.