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to take back or remove

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Today's ruling reflects not only the illegality of the Trump Administration's move to rescind DACA, but also the clear and demonstrable benefits DACA provides to New Yorkers across our great state," he added.
The law allows borrowers to rescind a mortgage for up to three years after the loan was closed.
The language leaves no doubt that rescission is affected when the borrower notifies the creditor of his intention to rescind, according to the court.
First, does plaintiff, as an assignee of the contract, have a right to rescind the contract?
The White House, Statement released after the President rescinds "Mexico City Policy," <http://www.
Fergie claimed Hackett had over-ruled when referee Mark Halsey refused to rescind Terry's red card for serious foul play after a cynical rugby-style challenge on Manchester City striker Jo on Saturday.
The government, under immense pressure from all sides, has decided to rescind its contract with the Sun Land Corp.
6707A(d)(1), the IRS may rescind all or a portion of the penalty if a reportable transaction is not a listed transaction and rescinding the penalty would promote compliance and effective tax administration.
A motion to rescind the decision by the diocese of Calgary's executive council to disestablish three of its parishes was defeated during a recent synod.
Nonrescindable--Even when misrepresentations are made in the application, Chubb will not rescind coverage to insured individuals who did not know the facts that were not truthfully and accurately disclosed;
Bush last year to rescind $34 million in funding for the UN agency.
Again, the statute provides the Chief Counsel may not delegate this authority and that a taxpayer cannot have a refusal to rescind a penalty reviewed in any administrative or judicial proceeding.
Stated Bruchhauser, "The effort to rescind should move on to other states in order to increase the margin of safety so as to assure that no convention is called.
Healy accepts assurances that pharmaceutical companies played no role in either CAMH'S decision to rescind his clinical appointment or the University of Toronto's decision to rescind his academic appointment following upon the rescission of his clinical appointment.