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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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The original code did not name the vestigial ancestor of the oblique action, lumping it instead with the revocatory action.
New revocatory and forfeiture theories in the federal Constitution would have to be invented by federal courts for application regarding the marriages conducted pursuant to the California supreme court's ruling.
The Washington state statute permits employers to elect out of the statute's coverage and thereby nullify the revocatory effect of participants' divorces.
From a probate point of view, a will, as a document, cannot be made irrevocable--its revocatory character is of its very nature.
Since ownership is out of the hands of the wakif as well, there is also no right on his part under most schools of Islamic thought to revoke the waqf.(142) This is in sharp contrast to trust law, which permits the reservation of a power to revoke by the settlor.(143) A great appeal of the revocable trust is that at any point while the power is extant, the property can be recouped through a revocatory act specified in the trust instrument.(144) In some states, if otherwise unspecified in the instrument, the trust is actually presumed to be revocable.(145) The power to revoke is useful, for example, if the settlor requires the property because of his own changed needs or altered family circumstances.
He said: "It was a mistake not to have inserted a revocatory clause in the coach's contract."
Legal literature has shown that the creditors of the debtor that neglects to raise the extinctive prescription may invoke it by way of an indirect action and the creditors of the debtor that has waived the extinctive prescription may require the abolition of the waiver by way of a revocatory action and then raise the extinctive prescription by way of an indirect action (Terzea, in Baias, Chelaru, Constantinovici, Macovei, 2012: 2516).
insolvency in revocatory and oblique actions sought in a bankruptcy