Reissue definition

Reissue means the cancellation and retirement of a bond and the issuance of a new bond or bonds of the same series, same issue date, and same total face amount.
Reissue means the process of issuing a license or identi- fication card because of any of the following:
Reissue means to keep any temporary orders in effect until the new hearing date.

Examples of Reissue in a sentence

  • Reissue of a savings bond may be made to eliminate the name of one spouse as owner, coowner, or beneficiary, or to substitute the name of one spouse for that of the other spouse as owner, co- owner, or beneficiary pursuant to the decree.

  • Reissue to eliminate the name of a minor or incompetent for whose es- tate a legal representative has been ap- pointed is permitted only if supported by evidence that a court has authorized the representative of the minor’s or incompetent’s estate to request the re- issue.

  • Section 28-1204, Reissue Revised Statutes of Nebraska, is amended to read:28-1204 (1) Any person under the age of eighteen years who possesses a pistol, revolver, or any other form of short-barreled hand firearm handgun commits the offense of unlawful possession of a revolver.

  • Reissue requests for lost or damaged checks will be granted after GCG ends its Outreach Program, however, void dates on such reissues will be adjusted so that all such checks go stale 60 days after the end of the Outreach Program.

  • Section 28-1204.01, Reissue Revised Statutes of Nebraska, is amended to read:28-1204.01 (1) Any person who knowingly and intentionally does or attempts to sell, provide, loan, deliver, or in any other way transfer the possession of a firearm to a juvenile commits the offense of unlawful transfer of a firearm to a juvenile.

  • This is an action for patent infringement under the patent laws of the United States, Title 35, United States Code, in response to the submission of Abbreviated New Drug Applications ("ANDAs") with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") seeking approval to manufacture and sell generic versions of NUCYNTA® prior to the expiration of U.S. Reissue Patent No. 39,593 E ("the RE593 Patent") and U.S. Patent No. 7,994,364 B2 ("the '364 Patent").

  • John Smyth, Pastor’’.§ 315.85 Reissue in name of trustee or agent for reinvestment purposes.A bond registered in the name of a religious, educational, charitable or nonprofit organization, whether or not incorporated, may be reissued in the name of a financial institution, or an individual, as trustee or agent.

  • A BILL FOR AN ACT relating to the Mobile Home Landlord and Tenant Act; to 2 amend sections 76-1485, 76-1486, 76-1489, and 76-14,101, Reissue 3 Revised Statutes of Nebraska; to change provisions relating to the 4 return of rental deposits, damages, and the period of time for 5 paying certain overdue rent; to harmonize provisions; and to repeal 6 the original sections.

  • Reissue should be requested on behalf of the organization by an au- thorized officer using the appropriate form.§ 315.86 Reissue upon termination of investment agency.A bond registered in the name of a fi- nancial institution, or individual, as agent for investment purposes only, under an agreement with a religious, an educational, a charitable, or a non- profit organization, may be reissued in the name of the organization upon ter- mination of the agency.

  • Re-issue of Certificate of Sponsorship‌ The ‘’MCRI Certificate of Sponsorship’’ must be updated and re-signed by the MCTC Medical Director or delegate each time a significant change is made to the protocol/trial design (including protocol amendments); particularly if the changes will significantly impact the institution’s decision to sponsor the trial.


More Definitions of Reissue

Reissue means a product similar to the original Product subscribed to, but updated to include those features and fixes that are included in the current release.
Reissue means to issue a state license to an individual who has been in possession of an equivalent license issued by the same licensing entity in the previous twelve (12) months. Added by Laws 2000, c. 314, § 6, eff. July 1, 2000. Amended by Laws 2001, c. 295, § 1, emerg. eff. May 31, 2001; Laws 2009, c. 246, § 1, eff. Nov. 1, 2009.

Related to Reissue

  • Patent means the following: (a) any and all patents and patent applications; (b) all inventions described and claimed therein; (c) all reissues, divisions, continuations, renewals, extensions and continuations in part thereof; (d) all income, royalties, damages, claims, and payments now or hereafter due or payable under and with respect thereto, including, without limitation, damages and payments for past and future infringements thereof; (e) all rights to sue for past, present, and future infringements thereof; and (f) all rights corresponding to any of the foregoing.

  • Patents means all patents, patent applications and like protections including without limitation improvements, divisions, continuations, renewals, reissues, extensions and continuations-in-part of the same.

  • Invention means any invention or discovery that is or may be patentable or otherwise protected under Title 35 of the United States Code, or any novel variety of plant which is or may be protectable under the Plant Variety Protection Act, 7 U.S.C. §§ 2321 et seq.

  • Trademark means all rights, title and interests (and all related IP Ancillary Rights) arising under any Requirement of Law in or relating to trademarks, trade names, corporate names, company names, business names, fictitious business names, trade styles, service marks, logos and other source or business identifiers and, in each case, all goodwill associated therewith, all registrations and recordations thereof and all applications in connection therewith.

  • Patent Rights means the rights and interests in and to issued patents and pending patent applications (which, for purposes of this Agreement, include certificates of invention, applications for certificates of invention and priority rights) in any country or region, including all provisional applications, substitutions, continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions, renewals, all letters patent granted thereon, and all reissues, re-examinations and extensions thereof, and all foreign counterparts of any of the foregoing.

  • Licensed Patent means Stanford's rights in U.S. Patent Application, Serial Number , filed , any foreign patent application corresponding thereto, and any divisional, continuation, or reexamination application, extension, and each patent that issues or reissues from any of these patent applications. Any claim of an unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be valid unless it has been held to be invalid by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction from which no appeal can be or is taken. “Licensed Patent” excludes any continuation-in-part (CIP) patent application or patent.