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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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The bank is to vacate its offices in London's Canary Wharf financial district following cost-reduction measures that includes staff cuts.
order to vacate diplomatic property 'blunt act of hostility' appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Solicitor General Jose Calida accompanied court sheriff Robert Bautista in serving the notice to vacate on Tuesday.
Two of Nitish's predecessors are waiting for him to vacate the Circular Road bungalow in Patna which is to be assigned to former CMs of the state.
The state government has allotted Manjhi a fresh bungalow to move in, but now he has set a new condition to vacate the official bungalow of the chief minister.
62) The supreme court also may vacate only part of an opinion with which it disagrees, (63) in which case it may or may not express a agreement with the reasoning in the remainder of the opinion.
Pakistan had asked Washington to vacate the base after a recent NATO attack killed 24 of its soldiers.
If the tenant is in default and refuses to vacate the premises, the individual guarantors face a personal downside.
Termination notices may request that the tenant pay rent or vacate; cure the problem or vacate; vacate immediately due to repeated problems; or vacate at the end of the lease agreement, as in Davis' case.
28, the commission announced it had voted to vacate the controversial order.
The applicant submitted that the Model Colony police station was housed in his building, but the police had not been paying him rent since 2006 and they were also not ready to vacate the premises.
OPC Punjab Vice Chairperson Shaheen Khalid Butt and Commissioner Afzaal Bhatti said that Mohammad Jamil, settled in Saudi Arabia, had filed a complaint that his tenant had refused to vacate his house situated in Baghbanpura, Lahore.