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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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Such a revocation can be made through a new order published in the Official Gazette of the Republic and it may refer either to the whole or part of the land declared to be compulsorily acquired.
La presidence du gouvernement dement formellement les informations qui circulent sur la revocation du ministre de l'Education Neji Jalloul.
OD-3257, dated 26 September 2016, on appointing the provisional administration to the Moscow-based credit institution Central Commercial Bank, limited liability company, or Centrcombank LLC, due to the revocation of its banking licence.
In 2016, BCHR documented the revocation of 30 citizenships by the criminal court, in addition to 12 revocation sentences being upheld by the court of appeal, Shafaqna reported.
FBME Limited has announced that immediate legal action is being launched to contest the revocation by the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) of FBME Bank's license for its branch in Cyprus and is challenging this Decision in front of Cyprus Courts," it said.
On the one hand, revocation issues are essential and difficult in CP-ABE systems in that users may change their attributes frequently in practice and each attribute is conceivably shared by multiple users.
Throughout the article, the author displays how the contemporary exercise of citizenship revocation has revived the arcane practices of exile and banishment.
Unlike the resolution of the synallagmatic contracts, for which their revocation is based exclusively on the guilt of the other parties, in the case of the donations, their revocation is based both on the guilt of the done and/or his successors in the fulfillment of the legal or contractual obligations and on the donor's will (in the last case when the donor is the spouse of the donee).
Summary paragraph: Revocation rules for separating couples
The Supreme Court granted Berry's request for a disciplinary revocation, effective 60 days from a July 24 court order, with leave to seek readmission after five years, (Admitted to practice: 1983) Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment.
Nicole Leonard, RMA, DeSoto, MO, Permanent Revocation - May 19, 2012
A possible further step has recently been taken towards their revocation, a stated policy objective of the Government since it first came to power in May 2010.