Repeal

Re·peal' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Repealed (-p?ld'); present participle & verbal noun Repealing .] [ Old French repeler to call back, French rappeler ; prefix re- re- + Old French apeler...
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Repeal

Re·peal' noun 1. Recall, as from exile. [ Obsolete] « The tribunes are no soldiers; and their people Will be as rash in the repeal , as hasty To expel him thence.» Shak. 2. Revocation; abrogation; as, the repeal of a statute; the repeal of a...
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repeal

1. To recall; to summon again, as persons. 'The banished Bolingbroke repeals himself, And with uplifted arms is safe arrived.' (Shak) ... 2. To recall, as a deed, will, law, or statute; to revoke; to rescind or abrogate by authority, as by act of the legislature; as, to repeal a law. ... 3. To suppress; to repel. 'Whence Adam soon repealed The doub...
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Repeal

• (v. t.) To recall; to summon again, as persons. • (n.) Revocation; abrogation; as, the repeal of a statute; the repeal of a law or a usage. • (n.) Recall, as from exile. • (v. t.) To suppress; to repel. • (v. t.) To recall, as a deed, will, law, or statute; to revoke; to rescind or abrogate by authority, as by act of the ...
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Repeal

The abrogation or destruction of a law by a legislative act. A repeal is express; as when it is literally declared by a subsequent law or implied, when the new law contains provisions contrary to or irreconcilable with those of the former law. A law may be repealed by implication, by an affirmative as well as by a negative statute, if the subst...
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Repeal

(V) Repeal is the process of negating an order, law, statute etc as per the provisions contained in the statue to withdraw such a law, order etc to make it ineffective. So every ACT contains a provision for repealing earlier acts to avoid conflicting provisions
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repeal

1) v. to annul an existing law, by passage of a repealing statute, or by public vote on a referendum. Repeal of constitutional provisions requires an amendment, as with the repeal of prohibition in which the 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment. 2) n. the act of annulling a statute.
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Repeal

A repeal is the removal or reversal of a law. There are two basic types of repeal, a repeal with re-enactment (or replacement) of the repealed law, or a repeal without replacement. The motion to rescind, repeal, or annul is used in parliamentary procedure to cancel or countermand an action or order previously adopted by the assembly. Removal of se...
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Repeal

Cancellation of a statute or part of a statute or act.
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Repeal

To annul an existing law by passage of a repealing statute or by public vote on a referendum. Repeal of Constitutional provisions require an amendment.
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repeal

cancel officially
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