Common questions

What is removal and replacement?

What is removal and replacement?

Remove and Replace means to remove and dispose of an existing item or building component and to provide and install a new item or building component in its place.

What do you call something that can be replaced?

supersede. verb. if one thing supersedes another, it replaces the other thing, especially because it is more modern or more useful.

What do you call someone who replaces you?

You can use substitute. In your example the new employee is a substitute for one who resigned the job. Something or someone that takes the place of another is said to be a substitute.

What’s a word for easily replaced?

What is another word for replaceable?

expendable dispensable
inessential unimportant
unnecessary unneeded
disposable non-essential
superfluous extraneous

What to do if you receive a notice of removal?

With decades of experience in the field of federal employment law, the lawyers of Alan Lescht & Associates have successfully represented federal employees facing all types of actions, including removal. Our firm is ready to begin exploring all potential defenses to your removal. Call 202-463-6036 to schedule a consultation.

Is it necessary to replead after removal from court?

After removal, repleading is unnecessary unless the court orders it. A defendant who did not answer before removal must answer or present other defenses or objections under these rules within the longest of these periods:

What happens when a personal representative is removed?

A removed personal representative must account to the court for his management of financial assets during his tenure, and deliver all assets and paperwork of the estate to the successor personal representative. RCW 11.28.290. In probate matters, a court may assess the attorney’s fees and costs of the proceedings to any party involved or the estate.

How to appeal a notice of proposed removal?

Depending on the circumstances, employees can appeal through the EEO or through a collectively-bargained grievance procedure. An appeal to the MSPB will involve discovery, in which you will have the opportunity to request documentation surrounding your removal and refine arguments in support of your position.

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