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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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Moreover, the current practice of parole revocations and returns to prison fundamentally alters the original sentence imposed by the judge and supported by the facts found by the jury.
above shows that prison revocation is used sparingly.
With the changes made to cafeteria plans allowing revocations and elections conforming to the HIPAA, individuals may now revoke and make new elections following loss of other health coverage or the addition of a dependent, whether or not the change is a status change sanctioned elsewhere in the regulations, so that premium payments for the new coverage can be made on a pre-tax basis.
Throughout the article, the author displays how the contemporary exercise of citizenship revocation has revived the arcane practices of exile and banishment.
Unlike the resolution of the synallagmatic contracts, for which their revocation is based exclusively on the guilt of the other parties, in the case of the donations, their revocation is based both on the guilt of the done and/or his successors in the fulfillment of the legal or contractual obligations and on the donor's will (in the last case when the donor is the spouse of the donee).
suspend implementation of the revocations pending appeal.