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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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Lawmakers on both sides agreed that the revocation system needs improvements, but disagreed on what changes should be made.
* The effective date of the revocation, if it is to be a prospective revocation (see below).
The pharmaceutical firm stressed that the country's FDA is not questioning the safety and efficacy of Dengvaxia with the revocation of the product's CPR.
The three most common reasons overall for license revocation included fraud, unprofessional conduct, and criminal convictions.
Accordingly, the property automatically reverted to Dono, who even executed a Deed of Revocation.
For one thing, Lagman said that members of Congress should concur with such revocation if it's an allowed option.
Contrary to the Petitioners' arguments, the privilege revocation is not an injunction.
A representative of foreign investors will reportedly attend the hearing today to point out the unfairness of the revocation. Industry officials expect the government will face a bigger amount of compensation, as minority shareholders are also moving to file lawsuits against the government.
This new bill will allow the revocation of residency status of East Jerusalem Palestinians on three possible grounds: for "breach of loyalty"; in cases where the status was granted on the basis of false information; and in cases where "an individual committed a criminal act" in the view of the Interior Ministry.
There is a provision in the law allowing the revocation of the said order at any time prior to the payment of the compensation to the owner without the need to explain the reason.
The trial Judge gave the order while delivering a ruling on an application by the prosecution counsel, Sylvanus Tahir, seeking the revocation of the bail granted Metuh in view of his absence from a trial for inexplicable reasons.