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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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As for the objections made by some on his decision to revoke the Law, Hashimi said, "I did not hear a logical objection saying that Hashimi by passed the Constitution by suggesting to give the imigraged abroad more seats than they deserve, or objection on relocating seats to Iraqi components or even a logical criticism over the importance to look onto small slates that are not part of big ones, within the principle of political pluralism."
To that end I have tabled a statement of opinion in the National Assembly calling on the Minister to revoke the existing planning permission and for the Minister to ensure that Wrexham County Borough Council does not suffer financially as a consequence.
Clients who choose to revoke the exemption will be covered under the Social Security System, and their earnings will be subject to Self-Employment Tax.
* If a taxpayer wants to revoke a section 1033 election, a designation on a previously filed return may be a roadblock.
However, Aero Continente is claiming that is illegal for the aviation authority to revoke a licence based on financial and administrative reasons, as the agency has no authority in those areas.
Napolitano said she also is asking the mediator in the settlement agreement to declare Andersen's actions in bad faith, seeking the sequestering of insurance proceeds and other Andersen assets to ensure money is available for BFA's 11,000 stakeholders, and seeking the "administrative equivalent of a death penalty" for Andersen by asking the state Board of Accountancy to revoke the firm's registration.
"We can revoke the seal and might even make a referral to a regulatory agency such as the Federal Trade Commission"
Mr Ruffett told the hearing he had taken a "broad brush" approach to the application to revoke the nightclub's licence.
In a sweeping defeat for the Religious Right, a federal appellate court has ruled that the Internal Revenue Service may revoke the tax exemption of churches that engage in partisan politics.
According to Dhaka Tribune, British Home Secretary Sajid Javid decided on Tuesday to revoke the citizenship of Shamima, who was 15 when she travelled to Syria, based on the fact that her mother has dual citizenship of the United Kingdom and Bangladesh.
The amendment prohibits the use of federal funds to grant, deny, or revoke an individuals security clearance, except in accordance with the United States Constitution and all current federal laws and regulations governing security clearances.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden has also announced Wednesday that if Trump were to revoke his security clearance, it would have "no impact on what I think, say or write".