Renewal

Continuance of coverage for a new policy term.
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renewal

[n] - the act of renewing
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Renewal

You are granted a particular time frame in which to conduct business as a franchisee in your initial Franchise Agreement.  The franchise agreement should also state the terms and conditions to renew that business relationship.  Renewal is the resigning of a Franchise Agreement after the initial or subsequent terms of the franchise expires.
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Renewal

The process for extending an existing subscription order. First time renewals are often called “conversions� or “sensitive renewals�; second time renewals are often called “semi-sensitive renewals�; and third and subsequent time renewals are often called “firm renewals� or “pure renewals� (see ...
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renewal

rehabilitation noun the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
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Renewal

Placement of a day order identical to one not completed on the previous day.
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Renewal

Subscription that has been renewed prior to or at expiration time or within six months thereafter.
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Renewal

Extend the term on the original lease.
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Renewal

Placement of a day order identical to one not completed on the previous day.
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Renewal

Extend the term on the original lease.
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