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Definition of Abrogation

Abrogation
Abrogation Ab`ro*ga"tion, n. [L. abrogatio, fr. abrogare: cf. F. abrogation.] The act of abrogating; repeal by authority. --Hume.

Meaning of Abrogation from wikipedia

- under Roman law Abrogation of Old Covenant laws, the ending or setting aside of Old Testament sti****tions for the New Testament Abrogation doctrine, a doctrine...
- "Partial abrogation" In the case of "partial abrogation" (naskh juzi), one verse is only partially abrogated by another. The part not abrogated remains...
- In public law, abrogation is the proposing away of a right, power or value, by a public body in delegating power or failing to carry out a responsibility...
- The Abrogation doctrine is a US constitutional law doctrine expounding when and how the Congress may waive a state's sovereign immunity and subject it...
- some theology systems that view the entire Mosaic or Old Covenant as abrogated in that all of the Mosaic Laws are set aside for the Law of Christ. However...
- hear pleas challenging abrogation of Article 370". The Hindu. Retrieved 31 August 2019. "SC to examine legal challenge to abrogation of Article 370; refers...
- state constituent ****embly dissolved itself without recommending the abrogation of Article 370, the article was deemed to have become a permanent feature...
- cabinet, presidential decrees, and acts of the Crimean parliament may be abrogated by the Constitutional Court, should they be found to violate the constitution...
- claims that the above verse has "abrogated" other verses asking for good behaviour toward dhimmis, states that "abrogation" could be understood either in...
- chancellor of Germany on 30 January 1933. After the Reichstag fire, a decree abrogated basic civil rights and the first **** concentration camp opened. On 23...