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President Trump announced in September that he would rescind the program, which temporarily shields immigrants brought to the country as children illegally - known as "Dreamers" - from deportation.
Specifically, we request that the Secretary of Homeland Security rescind the June 15, 2012 DACA memorandum and order that the Executive Branch will not renew or issue any new DACA or Expanded DACA permits in the future," Paxton wrote.
It has, therefore, decided to rescind the purchase pursuant to Section 5.
24, a letter from Marquette University President Michael Lovell and Provost Daniel Myers announced that school's board of trustees had decided to rescind the honorary degree given to Cosby in 2013.
He wanted to rescind the real estate contract with Blasingame and asked for other unspecified damages.
13, the Supreme Court ruled on a case that will have repercussions for borrowers seeking to rescind their mortgages under the Truth in Lending Act (TILA).
The law did not, as Bank of America argued, require the homeowners to have sued within three years to rescind, the court said.
The motion to rescind the endorsement of the award was supported by the same four people who supported the working party motion.
The warrant also contains an article to rescind $260 of the $1.
Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that it would rescind the approval of a patch for injured knees that it granted in error in 2008 after being unduly pressured by four New Jersey congressmen and its own commissioner.
On July 19, 2010, the Appellate Court of Illinois, First District, upheld a section 2-615 motion to dismiss from the Circuit Court of Cook County, finding that the 2008 global credit crisis was not adequate grounds to rescind a contract under the doctrine of impossibility of performance.
CAIRO: Ismaili chairman Nasr Aboul-Hassan dismissed Essam Al-Hadari's claims that he has the right to rescind his contract with the club.