Ratify

• (n.) To approve and sanction; to make valid; to confirm; to establish; to settle; especially, to give sanction to, as something done by an agent or servant; as, to ratify an agreement, treaty, or contract; to ratify a nomination.
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Ratify

(V) 'Ratify' is the process by which an authorized person regularize the action or decision taken by some other person without proper authority or prior approval required while doing such acts
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ratify

[Verb] To formally approve and agree something, usually by signing it.
Example: The peace treaty was ratified by both countries.
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Ratify

Rat'i·fy (-fī) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ratified (-fīd); present participle & verbal noun Ratifying (- fī`ĭng).] [ French ratifier , from Latin ratus fixed by calculation, fi...
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Ratify

Approval or confirmation of a previous contract or other act that would not otherwise be binding in the absence of such approval. If an employer ratifies the unauthorized acts of an employee, those actions become binding on the employer. A person who is under the legal age to enter into a contract may ratify (and thereby adopt) the contract when he...
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ratify

approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
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ratify

approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
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ratify

approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
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ratify

approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
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ratify

approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
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Ratify

The formal procedure by a state to finalise an agreement, Convention or Treaty, making it official and binding.
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ratify

To approve and sanction; to make valid; to establish; to settle; especially, to give sanction to, as something done by an agent or servant; as, to ratify an agreement, treaty, or contract; to ratify a nomination. 'It is impossible for the divine power to set a seal to a lie by ratifying an imposture with such a miracle.' (South) ... Origin: F. Rati...
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Ratify

To sanction formally. Validate an agreement with a vote or signature
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ratify

v. to confirm and adopt the act of another even though it was not approved beforehand. Example: An employee for Holsinger's Hardware orders carpentry equipment from Phillips Screws and Nails although the employee was not authorized to buy anything. The president of Holsinger's ratifies the deal when Phillips delivers the order. A person under the l...
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