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repeal

an instance or the process of repealing; annulment
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Making Toleration: The Repealers and the Glorious Revolution.
Thus, the repealer movement in England might be said to have had Scottish origins.
after-the-fact availability of other sites turn into a repealer of
97) Indeed, had Illinois Brick been decided differently, repealer statutes would not have been necessary, and the risk of duplicative liability could have been limited if not eliminated by joinder rules.
35(a)(2) (2007) (physician must be present onsite at least once a month) (there is a proposed repealer being considered currently); Mo.
It may, perhaps, be thought, that in proving that the Repeal of the Corn-Laws would not lead to a reduction of wages, I have, as a Corn-Law Repealer, proved too much for my purpose, as one of the most common arguments in favour of a change in the existing law is founded upon the assistance which a fall of wages would afford to our manufactures, in enabling them to complete with their foreign rivals.
If the legislation does not contain such a repealer, the courts will attempt to harmonize the subsequent legislation with the UCC: and should the conflict between the two be irreconcilable, courts will find that the Code governs.
a clear legislative intent that the Repealer is to be given only
123) A number of US states and the District of Columbia responded by introducing laws (known as 'Illinois Brick repealer statutes') to ensure that the decision did not apply to antitrust suits in their respective state courts.
Judy Martz supported a version of this repealer during the 2003 legislative session.
Reaching for the most lurid hyperbole possible, Scalia asserted that the ruling, was "unprecedented" and had the effect of being "a repealer of our Nation's tradition of religious toleration.
NRLC's Johnson said, "The vote on Senator Boxer's repealer bill is of little consequence.