Cancellation
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Cancellation
The release of the borrower's obligation to repay all or a designated portion of principal and interest on a student loan. Also called discharge or forgiveness of a loan.
Cancellation

The termination of the insurance coverage provided by a policy before the expiration date.

Cancellation

The termination of a policy before the expiration date stated in the policy. A policy may be canceled at the request of the insured, by the carrier, or by the agent.

Cancellation

Refers to Section 6 (b) of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) which authorizes cancellation of a pesticide registration if unreasonable adverse effects to the environment and public health develop when a product is used according to widespread and commonly recognized practice, or if its labeling or other material required to be submitted does not comply with FIFRA provisions.

Cancellation

A postmark that contains the Post Office name, state, ZIP Code, and month, day, and year that the mail matter was canceled.

Cancellation
"cancellation" means complete elimination of a highway construction or improvement project from the six-year plan.
Cancellation
"Cancellation" or "to cancel" means a termination of a policy during the policy period.
Cancellation
"Cancel" or "cancellation" means that the document or privilege cancelled has been annulled or terminated because of some error, defect, or ineligibility, but the cancellation is without prejudice and reapplication may be made at any time after cancellation.
Cancellation
"Cancellation" means the ending of a contract by a party because of breach of contract by another party.
Cancellation

The annulment of a former accepted survey. This action may be taken only by the Director of the Bureau of Land Management. It requires ample justification such as the showing of gross irregularities. The unreasonable distortion of section boundaries in both length and direction and/or lines which are shown on the  record without ever having existed in fact may be deemed justification for cancellation. This action applies to the public land, and has no bearing on the identification of the alienated subdivisions described in terms of the prior survey.

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Cancellation has been defined 13 different ways in documents like Glossary of Federal Student Aid Terms, National Flood Insurance Program Terminology, Insurance Industry Glossary, and 7 more.

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