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A place which is empty. The term is principally applied to an interruption in the incumbency of an office. The term "vacancy" applies not only to an interregnum in an existing office, but it aptly and fitly describes the condition of an office when it is first created, and has been filled by no incumbent. Walsh v. Comm., 89 Pa. 426, 33 Am. Rep. 771. And see Collins v. State, 8 Ind. 350; People v. Opel. 188 111. 104. 58 N. E. 900; Gormley v. Taylor, 44 Ga. 76.
Gross loss of income from an untenanted property available for lease.
Percept of all units that can be occupied but are not currently occupied.
a building that does not have any contents or inhabitants.
Lat. In the civil law. Goods without an owner, or in which no one claims a property; escheated goods. Inst 2, 6, 4; 1 Bl. Comm. 298.
To annul; to cancel or rescind ; to render an act void; as, to vacate an entry of record, or a judgment
a term that means to cancel or to rescind the court's judgement.
Lat In the civil law. Exemption ; immunity; privilege; dispensation; exemption from the burden of office. Calvin.
That period of time between the end of one term of court and the beginning of another. See Von Schmidt v. Widber, 99 Cal. 511, 34 Pac. 109; Colliding v. Ridgely, 112 111. 36, 1 N. E. 261, 54 Am. Rep. 204; Brayman v. Whitcomb, 134 Mass. 525; State v. Derkum, 27 Mo. App. 628. Vacation also signifies, in ecclesiastical law, that a church or benefice is vacant; e. g., on tbe death or resignation of the incumbent, until his successor is appointed. 2 Inst. 359; Phillim. Ecc. Law, 495.
the term that means to set aside an arbitration award.
Money for vacation paid to the employee.
Amount of money paid to an employee for vacation time.
Lat Let it be vacated. In practice, a rule or order by which a proceeding is vacated; a vacating.
An avoidance of an ecclesiastical benefice. Cowell.
In old English law. A dairy-house. Co. Litt 56.
Inoculation with vaccine or tbe virus of cowpox as a preventive against the smallpox; frequently made compulsory by statute. See Daniel v. Putnam County, 113 Ga. 570, 38 S. E. 9S0, 54 L. R. A. 292.
Lat. The vacant possession,