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repeal

an instance or the process of repealing; annulment
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The repeal of subsection 51(3) means that certain types of IP-related conduct are no longer exempt from the cartel prohibitions, section 45 (anti-competitive agreements) and section 47 (exclusive dealing) of the Competition and Consumer Act (CCA).
The Government has signed into law legislation to repeal the Act of Parliament which set in stone Britain's EU (EEC) membership in 1972.
The bill to repeal the archaic laws has already been passed by the Lok Sabha.
Putrajaya is looking to repeal the controversial Sedition Act 1948 and replace it with a new law, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
When the board members came out, they all voted to repeal a regulation that sexual education classes in the state "promote honor and respect for
One such measure I'm watching is the repeal of prevailing wage and the effect that's having on our industry.
ISLAMABAD -- The Senate on Tuesday unanimously passed 'The West Pakistan Juvenile smoking (Repeal) Bill, 2018', arguing that an identical new law, which is Prohibition of Smoking and Protection of Non-Smokers Health Ordinance 2002, covers all the relevant provisions of juvenile smoking.
What has some sector leaders most excited, however, is what's not in the bill--language, originally included in the bill, to repeal of the Johnson Amendment.
ANNAPOLIS The House of Delegates on Monday resoundingly defeated a proposed repeal of a decades-old rule requiring that doctors be barred from testifying in medical-malpractice cases if they have spent more than 20 percent of their professional time as expert witnesses.
For most of last year, Republicans in Congress tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Global Banking News-November 2, 2017--Trump signs papers to repeal consumer banking rule
Washington: A last-ditch attempt by President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans to dismantle the Affordable Care Act appeared to collapse Monday as a pivotal senator announced her firm opposition to the latest repeal plan, virtually ensuring that Republicans would not have the votes they need for passage.