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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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Sources further stated that former Chairman Senate Main Raza Rabbani residence wouldn't be vacated on the special directions of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
After a dispute developed between them, Mr Adeel approached the capital's lower courts to get the shop vacated.
Chairman District Council Sardar Asim Sher has already sought the police department and Deputy Commissioner's help for getting vacated the market.
The seat was vacated by Sirajul Haq after getting elected to senate.
Under a procedural rule adopted by the Ohio Supreme Court, for example, vacated and therefore non-precedential Ohio appellate court opinions issued after May 1, 2002, can "be cited as legal authority and weighted as deemed appropriate" in subsequent Ohio state court cases.
The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) has said the base was completely vacated on Sunday.
Kelly further claimed KM had deeded the property comprising the right-of-way to the city for such use, and that the city had formally vacated the right-of-way in 2008.
Anne McTaggart took the Anniesland/Drumchapel seat vacated by Kidd and Peter Sullivan won in Coatbridge North and Glenboig which had previously been held by Wilson.
In the Simi Valley school board race, Eric Lundstrom and Jeanne Davis held the early lead among 10 candidates vying for two seats vacated by the incumbents, who decided not to seek re-election.
At the same time, #4 will come up to screen for #5, who will come around and replace the vacated block.
The settlement, reached in Jersey City Superior Court, allows artists to maintain use of their studios until March 1, after which New Gold will waive approximately $600,000 in past due rent once the building is vacated.
The corporate headquarters can be sold and vacated, and excess space can be sold and vacated.