Definition of Rescissory. Meaning of Rescissory. Synonyms of Rescissory

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Definition of Rescissory

Rescissory
Rescissory Re*scis"so*ry (r?-s?z"?-r? or r?-s?s"-), a. [L. rescissorius: cf. F. rescisoire.] Tending to rescind; rescinding. To pass a general act rescissory (as it was called), annulling all the Parliaments that had been held since the year 1633. --Bp. Burnet.

Meaning of Rescissory from wikipedia

- The Rescissory Act, 1661 or Act rescinding and annulling the pretended parliaments in the years 1640, 1641 etc. was added to the Scottish Parliamentary...
- procedure Several bills which have used the term in their names: The Rescissory Act 1661, by which the Scottish parliament annulled the legislation of...
- to undo all that been forced on his father Charles I of Scotland. The Rescissory Act 1661 made all legislation back to 1633 'void and null'. Barbados,...
- hopes of regaining them. When Charles II regained the throne in 1660, the Rescissory Act 1661 restored bishops to the Church of Scotland. This was supported...
- California. The Plaintiffs were s****ing rescission of the loan notes, rescissory damages, damages, and attorneys' fees and expenses. On July 19, 2013 the...
- succeeded in an appraisal action. Sadis was able to make a strong showing of rescissory damages, which are rarely recovered in merger litigation. The case demonstrates...
- Welsh and he was put in trial for it. The restored body p****ed the 1661 Rescissory Act, which effectively annulled all Parliamentary legislation since 1633...
- California. The Plaintiffs were s****ing rescission of the loan notes, rescissory damages, damages, and attorneys’ expenses. On July 19, 2013 the cl****...
- Oath of Covenant, which the Scottish Covenanters saw as a betrayal. The Rescissory Act 1661 repealed all laws made since 1633, effectively ejecting 400 Ministers...
- To be rebutted or challenged, a notarial act must be subjected to a rescissory action called an improbation action (inscription de faux) to prove the...
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