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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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They said that number of senators hadn't vacated their residence from the parliament lodges despite completion of due time period.
Kariobangi South MCA Robert Mbatia said tenants vacated the building at around 1am but most of them were unable to remove their belongings.
The shop being vacated is owned by Sheikh Adeel who was renting it to Ajmal Baloch for the last many years.
According to a spokesman for the District Council, various notices had been served on the illegal occupants of shops, but they neither vacated these shops nor paid the rent for many years.
All in all, Wallenstam sold and vacated the following properties:Stockholm Kundregistret 3 with the address Multrgatan 108-126.
The seat was vacated by Jamaat-e-Islami chief Sirajul Haq after elected as senator.
Vacated After Nitish resigned in May last year, he vacated the property promptly and Manjhi subsequently moved into the bungalow.
It was only after much effort she ultimately vacated it and moved into nearby 10, Circular Road.
Like their counterparts in Georgia, (2) Idaho; Illinois, (4) Indiana, (5) Louisiana, (6) Michigan, (7) Nebraska, (8) Ohio, Oregon, (10) and Wisconsin, (11) the Arizona state courts hold that vacated judicial opinions have no precedential value.
he US had fully vacated the base after being asked by Islamabad following a recent NATO attack that killed 24 soldiers.
It was reported that the workers on strike at Suzuki Powertrain India Ptd (SPIL) and Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd (SMIPL) vacated factory premises this morning, following an order from the Haryana government.
The Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama held that the land comprising a vacated right-of-way reverted back to the landowner whose predecessors in title owned the property.