deregistration


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deregistration

removal of right to practice by local registering body, usually as a disciplinary measure because of professional misconduct, possibly because of inability to perform because of psychiatric problem.
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The reasons for deregistration were lack of state funding, inadequate resources, absence of rich supporters and nominal membership fees.
Muthama said the deregistration was communicated to the school on December 6.
According to the executive regulations, released last week, the registrant must apply to the FTA for deregistration if it meets any of the cases set out in August's Federal Decree-Law, some of which are listed above, within 20 business days of any of them taking place.
Alcatel-Lucent reserves the right, for any reason, to delay these filings, to withdraw them prior to effectiveness, and to otherwise change its plans in respect of delisting, deregistration and termination of reporting obligations in any way.
Completion of the deregistration process is expected in late March.
Modern Times Group MTG AB (MTG)(STO:MTGA), an international entertainment group, announced on Thursday the completion of the deregistration of its Class B shares with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the US.
Deregistration of the company's common and preferred shares is expected to become effective in 90 days, it said.
Furthermore, if the land to be deregistered is over a certain size, the process is further complicated by the fact that the deregistration application must provide replacement land which will become a village green in place of the original land.
Christian Leuz's study found that companies suffer a 10 percent drop in share price after the initial announcement and subsequent filing of deregistration.
Failure in practice to comply, either by not co-operating with requests for information or failing to abide by an adjudication, automatically leads to deregistration.
One of the bill's most important provisions would stop the loss of common land through deregistration, which can occur if a landowner buys out the commoners' rights.
The independent body will have the power to assess the fitness of the country's 53,000 teachers to teach and impose sanctions including deregistration if needed.