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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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Clients who choose to revoke the exemption will be covered under the Social Security System, and their earnings will be subject to Self-Employment Tax.
If a taxpayer wants to revoke a section 1033 election, a designation on a previously filed return may be a roadblock.
Napolitano said she also is asking the mediator in the settlement agreement to declare Andersen's actions in bad faith, seeking the sequestering of insurance proceeds and other Andersen assets to ensure money is available for BFA's 11,000 stakeholders, and seeking the "administrative equivalent of a death penalty" for Andersen by asking the state Board of Accountancy to revoke the firm's registration.
Mr Ruffett told the hearing he had taken a "broad brush" approach to the application to revoke the nightclub's licence.
In a sweeping defeat for the Religious Right, a federal appellate court has ruled that the Internal Revenue Service may revoke the tax exemption of churches that engage in partisan politics.
Pimentel disagreed, telling reporters in a phone patch interview from Davao City on Thursday that a joint session would be needed only if Congress intended to revoke the proclamation.
Once it is available, you will be able to edit or revoke only recent messages but not old messages (the time frame was not specified by WABetaInfo).
IWT is an international agreement and India cannot revoke it.
Upon the directives of Dubai's Attorney-General Essam Al Humaidan, traffic prosecutors constantly request the traffic court to revoke driving licences of defendants involved in dangerous traffic cases.
Union officials said the proper way to revoke previously signed authorization cards was by letter.
The Federal Court of Appeal agreed that the Church was in contravention of the requirements of the Income Tax Act and that the Minister's decision to revoke was correct.
He said that to date, he had informed 36 licensees of his intention to suspend or revoke their licences, of which 25 now stood revoked or suspended and a further six were going through the appeals procedure.