removal+from+office

  • 1removal from office — index dismissal (discharge) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

    Law dictionary

  • 2removal from office — Divesting an incumbent of the powers and emoluments of office. An incident of the sovereign power which creates an office, the title to office being held subject to the conditions imposed by the sovereign power in constitution or statute. 43 Am… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 3removal from office — Deprivation of office by act of competent superior officer acting within scope of authority. Suspension is the temporary forced removal from the exercise of office; removal is the dismissal from office. See election (recall election); impeachment …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 4removal — re·mov·al n: the act or process of removing: the fact of being removed Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. removal I …

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  • 5office — of·fice n 1: a special duty, charge, or position conferred by governmental authority and for a public purpose qualified to hold public office; broadly: a special duty or position of authority hold an office of trust 2: a place where business or… …

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  • 6removal — Goods removed with HM Revenue & Customs permission from approved inland or frontier premises under New Export System ( NES). This will be achieved through use of a CHIEF print or manual C130EX. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary * * * removal… …

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  • 7removal — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ complete, total, wholesale ▪ partial ▪ permanent, temporary ▪ effective, successful …

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  • 8removal */*/ — UK [rɪˈmuːv(ə)l] / US [rɪˈmuv(ə)l] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms removal : singular removal plural removals 1) the process of removing something or someone removal of: He has called for the removal of all foreign troops and bases in… …

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  • 9removal — re|mov|al S3 [rıˈmu:vəl] n [U and C] 1.) when something is taken away from, out of, or off the place where it is →↑remove removal of ▪ the removal of rubbish 2.) when you get rid of something so that it does not exist any longer ▪ stain removal 3 …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 10removal — noun 1) the removal of heavy artillery Syn: taking away, moving, carrying away Ant: installation 2) his removal from office Syn: dismissal, ejection, expulsion, ousting …

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  • 11removal — re|mov|al [ rı muvl ] noun count or uncount ** 1. ) removal of the process of removing something or someone: He has called for the removal of all foreign troops and bases in Europe. removal of barriers in the way of free trade surgical removal of …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 12removal — noun 1) the removal of church treasures Syn: taking away, moving, carrying away, transporting 2) his removal from office Syn: dismissal, ejection, expulsion, ousting; N.Amer. ouster; informal sacking, firing …

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  • 13removal of officer — See removal from office …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 14removal for cause — The removal of a public officer from office for reasons which the law and sound public policy recognize as sufficient warrant for removal, that is, legal cause, not merely cause which the appointing power in the exercise of discretion may deem… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 15Timeline of Cherokee removal — A timeline of events leading up to and extending away from the Treaty of New Echota from the time of first contact to the treaty of reunion after the American Civil War.1540 – Members of DeSoto’s party become the first Europeans to encounter the… …

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  • 16Tenure of Office Act — The Tenure of Office Act (USStat|14|430, March 2, 1867), enacted over the veto of President Andrew Johnson, denied the President of the United States the power to remove from office anyone who had been appointed by the President by and with the… …

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