Definition of Removability

1. Noun. The state of being removable. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Removability

1. movability [n -TIES] - See also: movability

Lexicographical Neighbors of Removability

remotivations
remoud
remoulade
remoulade sauce
remoulades
remould
remoulded
remoulding
remoulds
remound
remount
remounted
remounting
remounts
removabilities
removability
removable
removable bridge
removable disk
removable partial denture
removableness
removablenesses
removably
removal
removal company
removal firm
removalist
removalists
removals
remove

Literary usage of Removability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annotated Forms of Federal Procedure by Frank Olds Loveland, George Washington Rightmire (1920)
"For further tests of removability on the ground of a separable action, see Regis v. United Drug Co.. 180 Fed. 201; English v. Supreme Conclave, 235 Fed. ..."

2. Notes on the United States Supreme Court Reports: Supplementary to Rose's ...by Charles Lawrence Thompson, United States Supreme Court, Walter Malins Rose by Charles Lawrence Thompson, United States Supreme Court, Walter Malins Rose (1905)
"Plaintiff determines removability of suit. Approved in Bryce v. Southern Ry. Co., 122 Fed. 711, holding Bult against several defendants complaint alone ..."

3. Digest of the Decisions of the Courts of England Contained in the English by Chauncey Smith (1859)
"I. Settlement and Removability. \. Settlement of legitimate children follows that of the father. By the law, both of England and Scotland, the settlement of ..."

4. Injuries to Interstate Employees on Railroads: A Treatise on the Federal by Maurice G. Roberts (1915)
"Removability When Petition States Cause of Action Under State Law in One Count and Under Federal Law in Another Count.—A question of some difficulty has ..."

5. The Removal of Causes from the Courts of the Several States to the Circuit by Barnabas C. Moon (1901)
"The citizenship of the parties, not that of other persons interested in the controversy, determines the removability of a suit.—The present statute does not ..."

6. Principles of the Law of Personal Property by William Theophilus Brantly (1890)
"General principles as to the removability of fixtures. 12. The commonly accepted criterion. 13. Division of the subject, 14. The object of the annexation as ..."

Other Resources:

Search for Removability on Dictionary.com!Search for Removability on Thesaurus.com!Search for Removability on Google!Search for Removability on Wikipedia!

Search