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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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Earlier, Manjhi had also expressed his wish to move to Nitish's bungalow but said, " I will leave 1, Aney Marg and shift to 7, Circular Road, as soon as Nitish vacates it".
36) Like other state courts of last resort, (37) the Arizona Supreme Court also has the authority to vacate opinions issued by the state's intermediate appellate court, (38) which it often does when it disagrees with the lower court's reasoning.
In consequence of which" tenant was "justified" in vacating (and in fact did vacate the premises), see Rasch, New York Landlord and Tenant (3d ed.
Court Vacates Preliminary Injunction and Rejects Legal Challenge from Natural Resources Defense Council and Florida Sierra Club
The Rating Watch Negative designation is a result of the increased vacancy that will occur at the subject property when the second largest tenant vacates upon lease expiration in January 2003.
If there is a complete failure of consideration so that the tenant is, in the eyes of the law, not obtaining the leasehold estate for which the rent is consideration because of the landlord's interference with the premises, then - and if, but only if, the tenant also vacates possession - the tenant's obligation to pay rent is suspended.
Supreme Court that vacates a federal appeals court ruling that permits a Louisiana school district to ban the Christian Coalition from using its facilities after hours in a highly publicized equal access case.
this court vacates the preliminary injunction on May 13, 1999 and finds that the plaintiff was guilty of unclean hands in its application for injunctive relief as plaintiff has engaged in conduct of misrepresentation, misstatements and unreliable information substantially related to the issues in the litigation which seriously impinged upon deceit, unconscionability and bad faith.