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- A motion to vacate is a formal proposal to 'vacate' (or reverse) the decision in a matter which had previously been formally ruled upon or decided. In...
- or sets aside the judgment of a lower court. An appellate court may also vacate its own decisions. A trial court may have the power under certain cir****stances...
- Relocation of professional sports teams Relocation (personal), the process of vacating a fixed residence in favour of another Po****tion transfer Rental relocation...
- status enter a kind of retirement in which they remain on the bench, while vacating their seats, thus allowing the president to appoint new judges to fill...
- Brake to Vacate (BTV) is additional software planned by Airbus for incorporation on its line of airliners, intended to reduce runway overruns. A more tangible...
- lightweight title in 2010 as the 33rd champion and defended it once before vacating it. He made his U.S. boxing debut in 2011, securing a victory over Hector...
- Minister Justin Trudeau. On December 7, 2017, St-Pierre announced that he was vacating his UFC middleweight title after 34 days of holding the belt. Suffering...
- the company by vacating all the championships and refreshing the WCW roster. Many tournaments occurred during the event for the vacated championships....
- competed for Legacy FC where he became the Legacy FC Bantamweight Champion, vacating the title shortly after signing with the UFC. Almeida made his professional...
- 18, 2004. Retrieved December 9, 2007. "It's official: Georges St-Pierre vacating UFC welterweight title". mmajunkie.com. December 13, 2013. Retrieved December...
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