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Cessation; conclusion; end in time or existence.

When used in connection with litigation, the term signifies the final determination of the action.

The termination or cancellation of a contract signifies the process whereby an end is put to whatever remains to be performed thereunder. It differs from Rescission, which refers to the restoration of the parties to the positions they occupied prior to the contract.

The termination of a lease refers to the severance of the Landlord and Tenant relationship before the leasehold term expires through the ordinary passage of time.

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(18) E possivel que a iconografia da ferradura em petroglifos de termo expresse sinteticamente a ideia de um percurso a cavalo, como os apresentados em tantas cerimonias juridicas de terminatio. Resulta interessante a proposta recente de interpretar os petroglifos podomorfos como marcas de termo relacionadas a cerimonia juridica da conjuratio sobre os limites (Bermejo e Romani, 2014, p.
(3) I refer to this fourth component of the ethics of war as jus terminatio and Mollendorf refers to it as jus ex bello.
They are: the terminatio of "small traffic" agreements with non-Schengen countries, the operationalization of information on airport passengers, separating the fluxes of intra- and extra-Schengen passengers, and harmonization of Romanian legislation on foreigners with Schengen requirements.
2, 30, 47: Conclusiones, quae apud Graecos epilogi nominantur, tripertitae sunt; Ciceron lo define como exitus et terminatio totius orationis (inu.