The act by which one, having the right, annuls an act done, a power or authority given, or a license, gift, or benefit conferred; repeal; reversal; as, the revocation of an edict, a power, a will, or a license.
Once parolees have violated the conditions of their conditional release, or have been charged with a criminal offence, their conditional release (day parole, full parole) is suspended and they are re-incarcerated. Upon reviewing the case at a formal hearing, the National Parole Board may then decide to revoke parole and have the offender remain incarcerated. If the offender is not re-incarcerated, the conditional release is reinstated.
the process of recalling some thing granted, some authority, or some type of power or the process of avoiding a deed, instrument, or document that has previously existed up until the point of revocation.
Revocation is the process by which a granted patent, a registered trade mark or design can be annulled. This can happen for exampleÂ because it is demonstrated that the patent does not satisfy one of the patentability criteria - but it can also occur for other reasons.
A person to whom authorisation was granted, or another person on behalf of such a person, may apply to the Commission for a revocation of the authorisation. If, at any time after granting an authorisation, it appears to the Commission that: the authorisation was granted on the basis of evidence or information that was false or misleading in a material particular; or a condition applying to the authorisation has not been complied with or there has been a material change of circumstances since the authorisation was granted, the Commission may initiate the process of revocation. Before revoking an authorisation, the Commission must seek submissions from interested parties. If any interested party objects to the revocation, even if one of the above conditions is satisfied, the Commission may only revoke the authorisation if it is satisfied that the public detriment from the conduct given immunity by the authorisation outweighs the public benefit
Causing a certificate to be invalid. Revocation means that the certificate may have been valid, but is valid no longer and positive authentication should not go ahead. Revocation occurs, for example, when a user has compromised his/her certificate and needs a new one or when they are no longer eligible to hold a certificate. See also CDP, CRL, OCSP, PKI.
The administrative or court action which removes a person from either probation or parole status in response to his/her violation of the conditions of probation or parole, and results in imprisonment. Technical revocations are for breaches of conditions imposed (such as frequently an "out-of-bounds" bar or failing to meet a curfew), but not the commission of a new crime.
An offeree may fail to accept the offer before it expires. The offeror may revoke the offer at any time before receiving the acceptance. This revocation must be communicated to the offeree by the offeror, either directly or through the parties' agents.
Refers to an administrative decision ending a parole because the offender violated the conditions of parole. An offender is entitled to a hearing before the Board of Probation and Parole before a decision to revoke the supervision period is made.
A decision made by the National Parole Board to terminate an offender's release because of a violation of a condition or conviction for a new offence. A decision to revoke results in the offender's return to custody.
The act of making a Certificate ineffective permanently from a specified time forward. Revocation is effected by notation or inclusion in a set of revoked Certificates or other directory or database of revoked Certificates. (See Repository).
Grant of a registered intellectual property rights (IPR) does not mean it is valid. It may be subsequently challenged under the relevant legislation with a view to having it revoked - such a challenge is commonly in anticipation of, or as a counterclaim to, infringement proceedings. Similar principles apply in the case of registered designs and registered trade marks and service marks.
1. Recalling of a power of authority conferred to another, such as a power of attorney, an agreement of representation, etc. 2. Termination of a financial instrument prior to issuance. 3. Nullifying of an offer prior to its acceptance by another party.
For several reasons a certificate may need to be revoked, i.e. need to be declared invalid prior to the expiration of the validity period. Circumstances which might cause a certificate revocation could be, e.g., if the holder's name changes, if association between subject and CA changes, if the secret key is compromised or is suspected to be compromised, or if the holder misuses his certificate.
Revocation refers to an offender on supervision losing the privilege of remaining in the community and, as a result, being placed in prison or jail, because the offender has seriously violated the rules and conditions of supervision. to top
(child care): The formal act of removing a child care license to operate an Early Childhood Program or facility due to violations of these regulations or related statute.( A facility may continue to operate during a revocation action pending an appeal to the Human Services Board.)
The patient has the right to request hospice services to be stopped during any of the benefit periods and to be returned to coverage, for all services, under his/her regular insurance program, if the patient is still eligible.