Revocability
Revocability Rev`o*ca*bil"i*ty, n. The quality of being revocable; as, the revocability of a law. [1913 Webster]

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  • revocability — n. ability to be revoked, ability to be canceled, ability to be annulled, retractability …   English contemporary dictionary

  • revocability — rev·o·ca·bil·i·ty …   English syllables

  • revocability — The quality or condition of being subject to revocation. The distinctive characteristic of a will; absent in a deed. 23 Am J2d Deeds § 6. See revocation …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • revocability — ˌrevəkəˈbiləd.ē, lətē, i also ÷rə̇ˌvōk or ÷rēˌ noun : the quality or state of being revocable …   Useful english dictionary

  • revocable — revocability, revocableness, n. revocably, adv. /rev euh keuh beuhl/ or, often, /ri voh /, adj. that may be revoked. Also, revokable /ri voh keuh beuhl, rev euh /. [1490 1500; < L revocabilis. See REVOKE, ABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • Assignment (law) — Contract law Part …   Wikipedia

  • Joint wills and mutual wills — Wills, trusts and estates …   Wikipedia

  • Section 51(xxxvii) of the Australian Constitution — permits the Commonwealth to legislate on matters referred to the Commonwealth by any state. As Australia is a federation, both states and the Commonwealth have legislative power, and the Australian constitution limits Commonwealth power (see… …   Wikipedia

  • license — licensable, adj. licenseless, adj. licenser; esp. Law, licensor, n. /luy seuhns/, n., v., licensed, licensing. n. 1. formal permission from a governmental or other constituted authority to do something, as to carry on some business or profession …   Universalium

  • irrevocability — noun a) The state or condition of being irrevocable. b) Something irrevocable. Ant: revocability, revokability …   Wiktionary

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