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vacate

(vā′kāt) [L. vacare, to be empty]
In law, to overturn a ruling or judgment.
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If the worker does not vacate the premises within the 30 days mentioned, the Labour Department with the assistance of the authorities concerned in the emirate shall take the necessary administrative measures for the vacating of the same.
(116) The Clugston court therefore concluded that the vacating of its prior opinion in American National did not reflect "a rejection of the general rule enunciated in the decision" that "default against one defendant is not binding on another." (117)
ISLAMABAD -- Almost all former federal and state ministers have vacated official residences allocated to them in the Ministers' Enclave as the last date for vacating the residences was July 31, an official in the Cabinet Division said.
Mr Asif said the ETPB planned a reassessment of the land after vacating it from the Special Branch.
He said that whole process of vacating lodges would take time.
He said more than him, it was Kumar who had problems in vacating the official bungalow he is currently staying.
JOSHI, FORMER ROAD AND TRANSPORT MINISTER , JULY 7 SUBODH KANT SAHAI , FORMER TOURISM MINISTER , JULY 24 * Day of vacating
The Jacobabad base has been vacated a long time ago, but the Shamsi base, which was for logistic purpose, is still with them, the official said, adding that US officials are vacating it now.
By the end of 1998, however, the district will likely be supplied with more available space, as Guardian Life is selling and vacating 201 Park Avenue South.
He said the CDA had also issued a notice to the Bahria Enclave for vacating the over 510 kanal state land, which it was illegally occupying.
Both his wife Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and daughter Nurul Izzah Anwar, who are MPs for Pandan and Permatang Pauh respectively, had ruled out vacating their seats to make way for Anwar.
In both these parties, the main leaders of these parties are contesting on more than one seat and in case of winning more seats they have to retain only one seat while vacating rest of the won seats.