Definition of Reexecuting
1. reexecute [v] - See also: reexecute
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Literary usage of Reexecuting
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1. Minutes of the Common Council of the City of New York, 1675-1776 by New York (N.Y.). Common Council, Herbert Levi Osgood, Austin Baxter Keep, Charles Alexander Nelson, New-York Historical Society (1905)
"Marketts to Adolph Brass ReExecuting the Counterpart and Giving Security for performance of Covenants  City of ) „„ ATT a Common Council Held at the ..."
2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature of by Indiana Supreme Court (1902)
"A chattel mortgage will not be held fraudulent as to creditors because it was withheld from record for four months, the mortgagor reexecuting it at ..."
3. Decisions of the War Department Board of Contract Adjustmentby United States War Dept. Claims Board by United States War Dept. Claims Board (1920)
"So the parties might go on from time to time redrafting and reexecuting the agreement, always as of the date of the first written agreement, ..."
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