vacatur


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vacatur

(vəˈkeɪtə)
n
(Law) law a court announcement saying something is cancelled or annulled
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Under the Adam Walsh Child Protection & Safety Act, Appellant William Carl Welshs civil commitment which was based on his confinement for a prior offense was not voided by vacatur of his sentence for that prior offense, the court of appeals held.
15) As the federal court in the Northern District of California has explained, "where parties to a contract agree to binding arbitration, the decision of the arbitrators is not subject to judicial review absent a showing that vacatur is warranted for a reason provided by Cal.
So You're Telling Me There's a Chance: Vacatur of AAA Arbitration Awards in North Carolina by Christopher C.
Charles County, Missouri, to the Eastern District of the Missouri Court of Appeals, filing a brief on April 19, 2016, which sought vacatur of his sentence and remand for a new trial.
without security, appealling the vacatur of a Rule B attachment is moot.
Zeller, Note, Avoiding Issue Preclusion by Settlement Conditioned Upon the Vacatur of Entered Judgments, 96 YALE L.
Geico contended that the arbitrators award was subject to vacatur because the arbitrator had exceeded her authority by issuing an award which was $4,437.
Rather, vacatur is only warranted under Brady where "nondisclosure was so serious that there is a reasonable probability that the suppressed evidence would have produced a different verdict" or a different sentence.
While some of the petitioners sought to have the Court eliminate all the standing broadcast ownership rules as a result of the delay, the Court refused to do so, as this "would lead to a degree of deregulation that is unprecedented in the modern broadcast industry[]," (21) and there is no other "instance when a court has ordered mass vacatur in similar circumstances.
245) The Court denied vacatur and dismissed the case as moot.
In the balancing of the equities this counts against vacatur because it is in effect the "buy and bury" strategy that the Ninth Circuit has criticized.