Reactivate definition

Reactivate or “reactivation” means the process as outlined in rule 645—21.16(17A,147,272C) by which an inactive license is restored to active status.
Reactivate or “reactivation” means the process as out- lined in rule 200.15(17A,147,272C) by which an inactive li- cense is restored to active status.

Examples of Reactivate in a sentence

  • Upon such abandonment, the tower owner shall have an additional180 days within which to (1) Reactivate the use of the tower, or (2) Dismantle and remove the tower.

  • Reactivate them, there is no reason they should not be reactivated.

  • Dates of prior committee approvals: Computer Science 02/20/09 Ogden Curriculum Committee March 5, 2009 Undergraduate Curriculum Committee March 26, 2009 University SenateAttachment: Course Inventory FormProposal Date: 2/4/09 Potter College of Arts and Letters Department of CommunicationProposal to Reactivate a Suspended Course (Consent Item) Contact Person: Carl L.

  • If you are an existing COLAs Online user or an inactive Formulas Online user, select the Reactivate an Inactive Account radio button and enter your user name (if you remember it).

  • Re-activate the Association of Friends of the Museum (civil society friends) to assist with fundraising and strengthening partnerships with external institutions.

  • Note: The system does not delete locations; it simply makes them “Inactive.” Reactivate a Job Location*New in Version II, to reactivate a job location:1.

  • Task 4: Re-activate Your First Interstate Bank Account(s) using Web Connect on or after Sunday, October 23, 2016 (after logging into I-Bank Personal Online Banking).

  • Select the radio button next to Type of Application (New Application or Reactivate an Inactive Account).


More Definitions of Reactivate

Reactivate means to change the status of a license or certificate from inactive to active.

Related to Reactivate

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