If the person who did not appear filed a response with the reasons cited for not being at the hearing then a new date should have been scheduled. In most cases of non response or appearance the dissolution petition is entered as a default and the divorce is granted. A judge cannot rescind a decision that is the responsibility of the appellate court. However filing an appeal does not guarantee the court will hear the case. The petitioner and/or their legal counsel will be notified if the court is going to dismiss the case for lack of merit or hand down a ruling.
Revoke is a strange word in this context. If you mean that you have filed for divorce and you no longer want to pursue the divorce, then you need to file a Notice of Nonsuit and present the judge with a proposed Order Granting Nonsuit.
Yes, upon appeal, a higher court maybe revoke one sentence and reinstate another.
i think so
Infractions do not show up on your criminal record because they are not considered a misdemeanor. However, an infraction will appear on your driving record and can be used to revoke your license.
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Same thing with me. it says To make room for another research you can revoke research levels, but be careful, resources will not be refunded but i dont know what that means!
There was probably a clause in the divorce decree that revoked it. And he should certainly revoke it if he hasn't already done so.
Revoke means to 'take away'. Ex. To revoke somebody's right to use a car.Revoke means to take back or to withdraw, for example: "We have revoked the offer of £1000 for the car"
No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.
I guess if it really pissed your spouse off; they could divorce you, but the government will not revoke a marriage licence for a DUI. However, the government may revoke your driver's license.
I am going to revoke your license if you get another DWI. Your license has been revoked. Are you revoking my license? Revoke; to take away.
Viriginia can only revoke the licenses that they issue. However, they can revoke your right to drive in their state.
bad because if u get enough they will revoke your license
NO...a traffic ticket WILL NOT revoke your cdl license
if two pepole have a life estate to a house can one of them revoke
Only a court can "revoke" a parent's rights.
Yes, they have the right to revoke his license to practice in that state.
A hearing to revoke a previously suspended sentence, because of a violation of some condition of probation
The question is very unclear -but- if you are locked up in jail there would seem to be no reason for you to have to have a bailbond posted for you, you sure aren't going anywhere.
because he was a very ignorant person and was a southern man. he would revoke the land and give it back to the confederate land owners. Johnson didnt believe that blacks were included in the Reconstruction Era
Take away and revoke are not synonymous in this scenario. I am not aware of a state that a parent can revoke a government issued document but I could be wrong. The state can revoke your license of course under certain penalties but I have never heard of a parent being able to revoke a license. Granted, a parent holds greater rights over a child than the government so theoretically your parents could take away your license among other things but not revoke. I hope that makes sense.
Yes. A bailbondsman may WITHDRAW a bailbond, but ONLY a judge can REVOKE one.
No. A testamentary trust is irrevocable. The maker is deceased and cannot revoke it.No. A testamentary trust is irrevocable. The maker is deceased and cannot revoke it.No. A testamentary trust is irrevocable. The maker is deceased and cannot revoke it.No. A testamentary trust is irrevocable. The maker is deceased and cannot revoke it.