- It refers to the cancellation or reversal of an action or status by withdrawing it
- It is the process of making a will ineffective by creating a new one or through a deliberate act of destruction, such as tearing the will into two
- This action pertains to ending a trust arrangement
- It involves the withdrawal of an offer before it is accepted by the other party
- This act refers to the refusal to retain goods due to their not meeting the expected conditions, therefore withdrawing acceptance of those goods
- It is an act of retracting a granted privilege like a license or parole, usually due to misconduct
- The company was forced to revoke the proposal when they realized it was not feasible.
- The court has the power to revoke a trust if it's proven to be formed on fraudulent grounds.
- Misconduct can lead a court to revoke a defendant's parole.