Definition of Homologation

1. n. Confirmation or ratification (as of something otherwise null and void), by a court or a grantor.



Definition of Homologation

1. Noun. (organic chemistry) Any reaction that converts a compound into the next member of a homologous series, usually by lengthening a carbon chain ¹

2. Noun. Official certification ¹

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Definition of Homologation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Homologation

homolactic
homolactic fermentation
homolateral
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homolecithal egg
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homolipids
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homologation (current term)
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Literary usage of Homologation

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1. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"The proper effect of homologation is, to cut off the person TITLE III. ... It is affirmed by Mackenzie, § 22. ht, that because homologation is an act of the ..."

2. Digest of the Scottish Law of Conveyancing: Moveable Rights by John Craigie (1888)
"It may be observed," homologation. ^ys E1^]iine; " as to all obligations arising from contract, that though they labour under legal nullities, ..."

3. A Manual of Conveyancing: In the Form of Examinations Embracing Both by John Hendry, John Thompson Mowbray, John Philip Wood (1881)
"Deeds by pupils do not, in a strict sense, admit of homologation ; because pupils are naturally incapable of consent, and the doctrine of homologation does ..."

4. Treatise on the Law of Arbitration in Scotland by John Montgomerie Bell (1877)
"The application of the doctrine of homologation has, accordingly, been acknowledged from a very ... In order that an act of alleged homologation affecting ..."

5. The Scots Digest of Scots Appeals in the House of Lords from 1707 and of the by Robert Candlish Henderson, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1908)
"homologation — Quality o£ — homologation must rest on circumstances of an ... Circumstances not sufficient to infer homologation so as to render an heir of ..."

6. Manual of the Law of Scotland by John Hill Burton (1847)
"Completion of imperfect Obligations by homologation and Rei ... homologation consists in the individual who has entered on the incomplete engagement, ..."

7. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in Scotland by William Gillespie Dickson, John Skelton (1864)
"Defects in the authentication of deeds may be obviated by homologation. ... The doctrine of homologation, in so far as it Graham v, Corbet, 1708, M., 8428, ..."

8. A Handbook of Husband and Wife According to the Law of Scotland by Frederick Parker Walton (1893)
"Revocation need not be intimated to the donee Right to Revoke may be barred by homologation.—If the donor homologate after the dissolution of the marriage, ..."

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