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rectification

in English law, the power in the courts to correct a document that has been drawn in such a way that it incorrectly reflects the intention of the parties. Similar statutory provision has existed in Scotland since 1985.
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During the appeal procedure, the ECHA's executive director partially rectified the contested decision by extending the deadline for the appellant to submit the information from two to three months.
I have made a number of phone calls to my manager and Health Share, who tell me the matter will be rectified in the next pay period.
A: Damp can take a very long time to dry out once the cause has been rectified, so it may just be a case of waiting.
The new generation should now "rectify and change without hesitation everything that should be rectified and changed," Fidel wrote on the website of cubadebate.cu.
LyondellBasell Industries, a Netherlands-based manufacturer of polyolefin, has rectified a pressure problem at a tank in its oil refinery in Houston, Texas.
17 June 2010 - Sweden-based The Absolut Company AB, maker of Absolut vodka, has applied to double the groundwater extraction and the rectified alcohol production at its distillery in Nobbelov, southern Sweden, production director Krister Asplund told today Swedish regional daily Sydsvenskan.
"Last season we missed out on the play-offs on goal difference and we rectified it this season.
He claimed that if the problem had been to the English service the bank would have rectified it immediately.
During the DLP, Landmark Consultants work with owners and carry out a thorough and detailed photographic evaluation of the property, ensuring that any defects are identified and rectified by the developer thus saving the owner the expenditures.
"We have spoken to people and believe that the situation has been rectified."