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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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pdf The report includes assessment of likely impacts arising from the revocation of the regional strategy.
In the second part of the paper, I apply the Blakely principle to parole revocation hearings, exploring whether this principle requires factual findings by a jury beyond a reasonable doubt to revoke parole and return parolees to prison.
The neurosurgeon protested and the revocation was stayed in October.
superficially like the modern revocation movement, Leggett wrote in 1834 that he would oppose "the granting or renewing of any special charter of incorporation whatever, no matter who may be the applicants, or what the objects of the association.
prison revocation, especially those probationers who had only
Three months after the IRS revocation, the congregation sued the tax agency with help from TV preacher Pat Robertson's American Center for Law and Justice.
Offering revocation or election possibilities for these other situations may endanger a plan's qualification.
505, nor does it appear at first glance to be a revocation by physical act as required by F.
All the while, and particularly after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, the Lacger and other Protestant nobles were under pressure to convert to Catholicism.
I have a client who is serving a three-year sentence on a felony probation charge, has a serious drinking problem, has exhausted all of the community resources and is facing revocation on continued rules violations," he explained.
The Company has filed a definitive consent revocation statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") in connection with such consent solicitation (the "Consent Revocation Statement").