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revocation

Hospital practice The suspension of a medical provider's professional license, often accompanied by suspension of the practitioner from a hospital's active medical staff. Cf Restriction.
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The court held that the revocation order was an executory administrative act, similar to the compulsory acquisition order and the act of the acquiring authority is examined by the Administrative Court.
OD-3244, dated 23 September 2016, on the revocation of the insurance and reinsurance licences from the Insurance Company ROSLES, limited liability company.
Secondly, in order to realize a flexible and direct revocation mechanism in the proposed FDR-CP-ABE scheme, we introduce an auxiliary function to specify which ciphertexts are involved in revocation events, and then use the technique of broadcast encryption to only update these involved ciphertexts.
Part I of this article situates twenty-first century citizenship revocation against related practices, including deprivation of citizenship rights, deportation of non-citizens, historical practices of banishment and exile, and the death penalty.
The revocation will lawfully operate in the case of the donation promise (Article 1022 Civil Code), if prior to its execution appears one of the causes of revocation for ingratitude stipulated by law or when the material situation of the promisor deteriorated at such an extent that the execution of the promise became excessively onerous for him or the promisor became insolvent.
The IRS said individually designed plans must either eliminate this language or clarify that the revocation does not affect the spouse's rights to the QPSA death benefits.
Admitted to practice: 1994) A disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment.
The Judiciary Committee determined that permanent revocation of her RMA certification was the appropriate sanction.
This has now been progressed for each of the regional strategies across the country and, in the case of the North East, in November the Government issued a report entitled Strategic environmental assessment of the revocation of the North East of England regional strategy.
Among the conditions were that the restaurant would be closed and another revocation hearing would be held if a critical violation was found during the probationary period.
In the previous published work [1], security mechanisms were proposed to achieve secure certificate revocation, and to overcome the problems that CRL causes.
It is also a reality that some mainstream political parties in Jammu and Kashmir, including the Congress, are against revocation of these legislations.