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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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Jagannath Mishra said Nitish Kumar would not vacate the bungalow because the Assembly elections were only six months away.
My lone condition is that Nitish Kumar should first vacate his official residence at 7, Circular Road which is earmarked for a former chief minister.
Courts can direct that the opinions they vacate not be cited in subsequent cases.
Manjhi's move came after the building construction department served a notice to three former ministers -- Mahachandra Prasad Singh, Brishin Patel and Shahid Ali Khan -- to vacate their bungalows which had been allotted to them as ministers.
However, the Shiv Sena has vehemently refused to vacate the Thackeray cremation site, despite the fact that it occupies a prime position at the Shivaji Park which is essentially a playground and where no construction can be undertaken.
Rai Late vice- president is yet to vacate Tells SC it has got 363 bungalows vacated had relied on a report in M AIL T ODAY dated May 8 which read ' 22 Ex- Ministers Refused to Vacate Lutyen's Home'.
As co-counsel with The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, the Weil team filed motions to vacate M s convictions in New York and Kings counties.
The government employees have refused to vacate the quarters saying that they will not vacate them unless alternative arrangements are made for their adjustment.
Pakistani military officials confirmed that the US had been asked to vacate the base, but would not comment on when the request had been made or whether the Americans had complied, the report added.
This year, instead of increasing the rent directly, the landlord told us to vacate the place as he needs to make a supermarket.
Upon expiration of the operating lease in December 2005, it is anticipated that TIAA-CREF will vacate all of the space it occupies in 485 Lexington (approximately 870,000 s/f).
The Appellate Court found that, "There was no significant evidence that would allow the trial court to vacate damages judgment.