He added that while the National Guard should continue military exercises, the mutual agreement to cancel
the scheduled exercises was within the framework of the peace negotiations.
Customarily, a contract will not contain a provision that gives a purchaser the right to cancel
the transaction if they cannot sell their current apartment.
It should be removed from the contract, allowing me to cancel
Recent economic changes, including rising interest rates and the fallout of the subprime market, may be affecting consumers' desire to cancel
their credit cards," says Bramlette.
approximately 250 linear meters of concrete curb stone, dispose
It must be easy to read and some of the information should include: your right to cancel
; a tear-off slip which you can use to cancel
; the trader's name; if the sale was bought on credit, it must explain that the credit agreement will also be automatically cancelled if you cancel the sale.
Health trusts in the North-East have been forced to cancel
660 planned procedures during the quarter ending June 30, according to statistics from the Department of Health.
We don't know if (the threats) are credible, but we wanted to err on the side of caution so we decided it would be wise to cancel
the game,'' Mojave Superintendent Larry Phelps said.
A BA spokeswoman said yesterday: 'We are not expecting any further disruption after today and the reason there have been problems today is a knock-on effect from yesterday when we had technical problems with three aircraft and had to cancel
22 other flights because of staff shortages.
It is not uncommon for a corporation to cancel
a debt owed to it by its subsidiary, particularly as preparation for a potential disposition.
Due to non-completion of work within the prescribed time, the National Assembly Standing Committee on House and Library has suggested to cancel
the project and blacklist the company.
Both hospital trusts will only cancel
elective or planned operations if there is a shortage of beds or a surge in emergency admissions which have to take priority.