repudiation

  1. rejecting as invalid
  2. the exposure of falseness or pretensions

Repudiation

• (n.) One who favors repudiation, especially of a public debt. • (n.) The act of repudiating, or the state of being repuddiated; as, the repudiation of a doctrine, a wife, a debt, etc.
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repudiation

(from the article `family law`) ...of a woman from the power of her family to that of her husband under terms usually specified in the marriage contract. The standard method of ...
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Repudiation

(n) Repudication is the breach of conditions or obligations existing as per a contract or agreement entered by a person thereby denying the existence of the contract or with a purpose to foil the execution of the contract
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repudiation

debunking noun the exposure of falseness or pretensions; `the debunking of religion has been too successful`
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Repudiation

Re·pu`di·a'tion noun [ Confer F. répudiation , Latin repudiatio .] The act of repudiating, or the state of being repuddiated; as, the repudiation of a doctrine, a wife, a debt, etc.
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Repudiation

Actions demonstrating that one party to a contract refuses to perform an obligation. (See also: anticipatory breach)
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Repudiation

has two meanings in contract law. The first is where a party refuses to comply with a contract and this amounts to a breach of contract. The second is where a contract was made by a minor (person under the age of 18) who then repudiates it at or shortly after the age of 18. Then the repudiation voids the contract rather than causing a breach of con...
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Repudiation

Has two meanings in contract law. The first is where one party refuses to comply with a contract - this amounts to a breach of contract. The second is where a contract was made by a minor - a person under the age of 18 - who then repudiates it at or shortly after reaching the age of 18. Then the repudiation voids the contract rather than causing a ...
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Repudiation

In the civil law this term is used to signify the putting away of a wife or a woman betrothed.Properly divorce is used to point out the separation of married persons; repudiation, to denote the separation either of married people, or those who are only affianced. Divortium est repudium et separatio maritorum; repodium est renunciatio sponsalium, ve...
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repudiation

n. denial of the existence of a contract and/or refusal to perform a contract obligation. Repudiation is an anticipatory breach of a contract.
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repudiation

repudiation 1. The exposure of falseness or of pretensions. 2. The refusal, especially by public authorities, to acknowledge or to pay a contract or debt. 3. The rejection or renunciation of a duty or obligation.
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repudiation

the denial by one of the parties to a transaction of participation in all or part of that transaction or of the content of the communication....
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repudiation

[n] - rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid 2. [n] - refusal to acknowledge or pay a debt or honor a contract (especially by public authorities) 3. [n] - the exposure of falseness or pretensions
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