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reentry

n. taking back possession and going into real property which one owns, particularly when a tenant has failed to pay rent or has abandoned the property, or possession has been restored to the owner by judgment in an unlawful detainer lawsuit. Reentry may also be allowed when a buyer defaults on payments on a contract of sale or foreclosure of a mortgage or deed of trust which secured a loan on the property. The right of reentry is usually written into leases and sometimes in mortgages. (See: landlord and tenant)

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These results suggest that age may well be an important "composite" predictor of reentry in the sense that older individuals also typically have greater and more varied experiences which may assist the person in more effectively re-adapting upon return to the home culture.
As the first day-long event dedicated to career reentry, over 200 women are expected to attend.
The data collected during the mission will make an extraordinary contribution to the development in Europe of new-generation reentry vehicles.
Small group discussions yielded takeaway points on 15 specific areas involving women and reentry, including: trauma, domestic violence, gender-responsive models, legal barriers, parental rights, reunification, homelessness, federal benefits, risk assessment, reentry, employment, case management and substance abuse.
Several participants also expressed a view that the reentry issue is unifying, not connected to particular political parties or perspectives, and has potential to inspire bi-partisan efforts.
The contemporary correctional decision to release an offender from prison or jail and return that individual to the community is the first of several that may be informed by empirical evidence regarding that individual's readiness for reentry.
Speaking in the Financial Support Workshop, for instance, was a current reentry woman who provided information on how she was able to adjust her living standards in order to return to school.
One concern that has been raised about the possible reentry of satellite nuclear materials is that of contamination by more toxic fission products such as strontium-90 or cesium-137.
This to confirm that reentry systems are of top priority in space development in Italy.
California will create at least 32 prisoner reentry facilities that will allow inmates to spend the last year of their sentences receiving anger management and employment training.
But they all come back; facing the challenges of prisoner reentry.
Rethinking Prisoner Reentry, by Jeremy Travis, outlines a prisoner reentry model and the elements needed to make it work.