Revocation definition

Revocation means the taking or cancellation of an existing license.
Revocation means that the regulator has terminated the individual’s registration. An individual whose registration has been revoked must submit a new application if they want to be registered again.
Revocation means that the regulator has terminated the firm’s registration. A firm whose registration has been revoked must submit a new application if it wants to be registered again.

Examples of Revocation in a sentence

Revocation of removal action(1) If removal action has been taken in accordance with section 33L but removal from office has not resulted from it, the Commissioner of Police may, by notice in writing to the Minister, revoke the removal action.(2) If removal from office has occurred by or as a result of removal action taken in accordance with section 33L, the Commissioner of Police may, by notice in the Gazette, revoke the removal action.

Revocation of your authorization does not terminate your responsibility to pay your Outstanding Loan Balance; it only terminates the method of payment.

Revocation should not affect unprotected content or content protected by other content access technologies.

Revocation: Elsevier or Copyright Clearance Center may deny the permissions described in this License at their sole discretion, for any reason or no reason, with a full refund payable to you.

Revocation of a determination of legal aid will also give the legally aided client a financial interest (Paragraph 5.15 of the Specification) because upon revocation they are liable for the costs allowed.


More Definitions of Revocation

Revocation means the termination by action of the department of a person's driver's license,
Revocation means the process of rescinding a license during the effective dates of a license withdrawing official permission to operate.
Revocation means the withdrawal of the license to practice Pharmacy. The individual no longer has the privilege of practicing Pharmacy in this state.
Revocation means an instrument signed by all of the unit owners and by all holders of liens against the units by which the property is removed from the provisions of this chapter.
Revocation means the cancellation or withdrawal of a license, permit, or other authorization issued by the board either permanently or for a period specified by the board before the person shall be eligible to apply anew. A person whose license, permit, or other authorization has been permanently revoked by the board shall never again be eligible for a license or permit of any kind from the board.
Revocation means the action taken by the Department to rescind an adult foster home license after the Department determines the provider or home is not in compliance with one or more of these rules.
Revocation means the action taken by the Department to rescind: