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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 states that did not have public data available online and that subsequently did not respond to emails asking for licensure revocations information were Alabama, Idaho, Illinois, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, and Wyoming.
Part I of this article situates twenty-first century citizenship revocation against related practices, including deprivation of citizenship rights, deportation of non-citizens, historical practices of banishment and exile, and the death penalty.
In assessing the club's likelihood of success on its claims, one of the prerequisites for the issuance of a preliminary injunction, Judge Kenton-Walker said it was undisputed that the License Commission never provided the establishment with written notice of the entertainment license revocation accompanied by a statement of reasons for the action.
He argues that "the branches of government responsible for overseeing the exercise of the profound power to deprive individuals of their liberty should step in to ensure that the system itself operates in ways consistent with notions of equal treatment." (84) Thus, in addition to expanding the role of judge and jury at the initial sentencing, the legislature could also intervene to establish criteria for parole violations and revocations, as has been the case in front-end sentencing policy.
The IRS refused to disclose the written determinations on the grounds that the Tax Reform Act of 1976 and the applicable regulations, which generally require public disclosure of IRS determinations, did not apply to the denial or revocation of tax-exempt status.
revocations were meted out to probationers who failed to report and
Citizenship revocation is, however, fraught with legal issues.
In the past, a revocation would be assigned to a detective for "eventual" follow-up.
The revocation is made by a corporation in the form of a statement filed with the IRS Service Center where the corporation properly filed its S election, Form 2553, Election by a Small Business Corporation.
The final revocation letter was sent on October 1, 2014.