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revivor

[ri-vahy-ver] /rɪˈvaɪ vər/
noun, English Law.
1.
the revival of a suit that has been nullified by some circumstance, as the death of one of the parties.
Origin
1530-1540
1530-40; revive + -or2
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Examples from the web for revivor
  • The purpose of our revivor statute is to remediate the harshness of this doctrine.
  • Reviving to dissolve or surrender a corporation does not qualify for a walk through revivor process.
  • In addition to these articles you can also find information on suspension and revivor on our website.
  • Appellant's amended motion for revivor and for the appointment of a special administrator is granted.
  • Walk-through revivor service is provided at all open public service counters.
  • Appellant's amended motion for revivor and for the appointment of a special administrator.
  • Absolute order of revivor of action against defendant's executor was final order.

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