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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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He stressed that reentry fees can be paid at the BI main office in Manila and in immigration field, satellite and extension offices nationwide.
He said coming to the airport with the reentry receipt at hand makes processing much faster, giving passengers more time to relax before their flight.
Theoretical research into the problem of aerodynamic heating of ballistic missiles upon reentry into the atmosphere at high speeds was first published in 1949 by Carl Wagner.
It was the same sort of reentry program that has been developing around the country.
California returned "rehabilitation" to its mission statement in 2005 and is embarking on a number of reentry initiatives.
Mewissen, "Subintimal angioplasty with a true reentry device for treatment of chronic total occlusion of the arteries of the lower extremity," Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, vol.
Caption: Figure 8: Cumulative distributions and 90%-confidence regions of reentry prediction error of 91 objects 30 days before reentry using only an estimate for BC and (a) after OD to estimate state and BC and (b) subsequently reestimate the BC.
Founded in 1996, CEC is a leading national provider of rehabilitative services for offenders through reentry and in-custody treatment programs as well as comprehensive management services for county, state, and federal correctional and detention facilities.
See generally Christine Lindquist et al., NPC Research, The National Institute of Justice's EVALUATION OF SECOND CHANCE ACT ADULT REENTRY COURTS: STAFF AND CLIENT PERSPECTIVES ON REENTRY COURTS FROM YEAR 2, 16 (2014), available at http://npcresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/NIJ_Second_Chance_Act_Year_2_summary_report_0814.pdf [hereinafter Staff and Client Perspectives on Reentry Courts from Year 2] (stating case managers help parolees with family court custody issues).
(1.) Report of the Special Committee on Reentry to Reentry to Practice: www.