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Word: revoke

Definition: cancel; retract; CF. irrevocable


Sentences Containing 'revoke'

A problem arises with unilateral contracts because of the late formation of the contract. With classical unilateral contracts, a promisor can revoke his offer for the contract at any point prior to the promisee's complete performance.
An option contract is a type of contract that protects an offeree from an offeror's ability to revoke the contract. Consideration for the option contract is still required as it is still a form of contract. Typically, an offeree can provide consideration for the option contract by paying money for the contract or by providing value in some other form such as by rendering other performance or forbearance.
An option contract, or simply option, is defined as "a promise which meets the requirements for the formation of a contract and limits the promisor's power to revoke an offer."
If a person is stopped by police under suspicion of driving while impaired, and refuses a breath test to determine blood alcohol content, the DMV will automatically revoke that person's license for one year.
If they failed to do so, Maga would revoke their citizenship and disqualify them from citizenship in nations in the African and Malagasy Union.
In July, the UMP majority, seconded by the "Nouveau Centre", ratified one of Sarkozy's electoral promises, which was to partially revoke the inheritance tax.
It interpreted a regulation preventing licensees from serving "any known criminals, gangsters, racketeers, swindlers, prostitutes, female impersonators or other persons of ill repute" to revoke the liquor licenses of bars serving a predominantly homosexual customer base.
Jammeh, however announced in a news broadcast on October 25 that he decided to revoke Jobe's ministership.
Neither did he hesitate to revoke decisions of his colleagues, including R. Yochanan, even when action had already been taken in accordance with those decisions (Yer.
Nonetheless, he would do nothing more than reprimand students who protested him, not even revoke their scholarships.
Opposition is a process provided by some patent law systems in which a third party can oppose the grant of a patent in an attempt to prevent (or revoke) the grant of a patent.
Pepe was asked to leave the team after the Little League "threatened to revoke Hoboken's charter."
So, if a promisee provides 99% of the performance sought, the promisor could then revoke without any remedy for the promisee.
The four MNS MLA's — Ram Kadam, late Ramesh Wanjale, Shishir Shinde and Vasant Gite, had to face four-year suspension from the Assembly for attacking Azmi, however political compulsions later made the State government to revoke the suspension.
The Jerusalm Talmud cites an additional opinion, that Menahem agreed to be appointed to a ministration position in order to revoke Governmental predestinations against Torah studying (Yer.
The promisor impliedly promises "not" to revoke the offer and the promisee impliedly promises to furnish complete performance, but as the name suggests, the promisee still retains the "option" of not completing performance.
``And is there no means of making him revoke his decision?''

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