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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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Bihar ex- CMs in tussle over official house AFTER the controversy of former Bihar chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi refusing to vacate the official residence of the chief minister at 1, Aney Marg, till current CM Nitish Kumar vacates what is the bungalow for a former CM, one more claimant to the spacious 7, Circular Road, has surfaced.
Two of Nitish's predecessors are waiting for him to vacate the Circular Road bungalow in Patna which is to be assigned to former CMs of the state.
He appealed to Imran Khan not to let Sheikh Rashid use PTI stage for delivering public speeches, until he vacates the illegal property.
Like its counterparts in other states, (58) the Arizona Supreme Court occasionally vacates an opinion for a reason that does not necessarily reflect disagreement with the lower court's substantive analysis, (59) such as when the appellant lacked standing (60) or the ease was moot--or not yet ripe (61)--when the opinion was issued.
Under New York law, however, in a commercial lease, where the lease includes an express, but limited covenant of quiet possession - thereby precluding any broader implied covenants - it has consistently been held that a tenant can claim damages or a rent abatement, in the case of such conditions, only if tenant vacates from either the entire premises, or at a minimum from some discrete portion, within a reasonable time, See, for example.
If there is a complete failure of consideration so that the tenant is, in the eyes of the law, not obtaining the leasehold estate for which the rent is consideration because of the landlord's interference with the premises, then - and if, but only if, the tenant also vacates possession - the tenant's obligation to pay rent is suspended.
"When the paramount landlord threatens to cancel the paramount lease, and even goes to the extent of instituting summary proceedings to that end; the subtenant may not anticipate the actual cancellation and vacate from the premises," the ruling states.