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to take back or remove

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He said that the statute's language "leaves no doubt that rescission is effected when the borrower notifies the creditor of his intention to rescind.
The right to rescind "must be exercised promptly on discovery of facts that confer the right to rescind, otherwise the right is waived.
71) As with other relevant portions of the legislation, the authority to rescind the CRTC [section] 19722 penalty can only be exercised by the FTB Chief Counsel and cannot be delegated, and the taxpayer cannot appeal a refusal to rescind a penalty.
If a company completes a pooling of interests, it must rescind existing stock repurchase plans and forgo stock repurchases for up to two years.
Capital Video, the landlord sought to rescind a new commercial lease on the grounds of fraud in the inducement by the tenant.
Gray continued to work through out the summer with the senators' staffs and staff at the USIA to rescind the regulation.
Some Marquette faculty and students were upset by the decision to rescind the offer, suggesting the university made it because of O'Brien's sexual orientation and because school officials questioned some of her published works and their relationship to the Catholic church's mission.
On July 19, 2007, the defendant filed a petition to rescind the summary suspension of her driving privileges and requested an immediate hearing pursuant to the Illinois Vehicle Code, 625 ILCS 5/2-118.
1 believe they will consider whether or not they want to rescind the ordinance or part of the ordinance or do something else.
6707A(d) authorizes the Service to rescind all or any portion of a Sec.
Despite being told that the process was successful and efficient, the provincial council meeting here in late September, heard enough reservations about the confidentiality of the vote and the impersonal nature of e-mail elections to rescind the protocol.
That coverage is likely to be challenged by the insurers, which probably will move to rescind their policies with WorldCom, based on what appears to be either fraud or intentional misleading on WorldCom's part, Hartwig said.
Inform the patient that he or she has an opportunity to rescind the request at any time, in any manner.
Phillips, Actava's president and chief executive officer, said, "We decided to rescind our decision to change our fiscal year because of the complexities involved in making this change at the same time that we are seeking to complete several major transactions.
Eastman decided to rescind the increase, and a key company source said he did not foresee another attempt any time soon.