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Quit

To vacate; remove from; surrender possession.

When a tenant leaves premises that he or she has been renting, the tenant is said to quit such premises.

A notice to quit is written notification given by a landlord to a tenant that indicates that the landlord wants to repossess the premises and that the tenant must vacate them at a certain designated time.

quit

v. to leave, used in a written notice to a tenant to leave the premises (notice to quit). (See: notice to quit, unlawful detainer)

quit

1 to free, release, absolve.
2 to give up, renounce, leave.
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"Therefore it's hugely pleasing to see that in the last five years over 70,000 people have been treated by Help Me Quit services, which are delivered in workingmen's clubs, town halls, community pharmacies and hospital settings that are easy to get to.
"Each time an individual makes a quit attempt, they have the opportunity to learn something that may assist them in their next quit attempt," said Folan, who wasn't involved in the new research.
The total quit rent that was collected for stratified properties was RM28,268 last year, but with the introduction of parcel rent, the total to be collected will be lesser, at RM24,239, with parcel rent not taking into account common areas unlike quit rent previously.
Tell them you need their encouragement to quit. Get in touch with a quit buddy who too wants to quit.
"In 2017/18, more than 2,000 people used our Quit Your Way services to successfully stop smoking.
The campaign frames each quit attempt as a positive step forward, with messages such as "You didn't fail at quitting.
Six months after release, 16.5% of the smokers from intervention hospitals said they had quit, compared to 5.7% from other hospitals.
Since 2012, Stoptober has inspired more than 1.5m attempts to quit since 2012 - including nearly 50,000 sign-ups in the North-east.
In April, NHS Wales launched Help Me Quit to make it easier for smokers to get support from cessation professionals.
Abu Dhabi/Dubai: Smokers in the UAE said they are likely to cut down but not quit the habit of smoking in view of the doubling of cigarette prices in the UAE from October 1.
'When we implemented the smoking ban in public places, many smokers decided to quit altogether,' she added.