Definition of Nonretroactive

1. Adjective. Not retroactive. ¹



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Definition of Nonretroactive

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonretroactive

nonretail
nonretailer
nonretailers
nonretailing
nonretaliatory
nonretarded
nonretentive
nonreticulate
nonretinal
nonretired
nonretirement
nonretouched
nonretractable
nonretractile
nonretracting
nonretroactive (current term)
nonretroactivity
nonretroflex
nonretrograde
nonretroreflective
nonretroviral
nonreturn
nonreturnable
nonreturnables
nonreturned
nonreturner
nonreturners
nonreusable
nonrev
nonrevenue

Literary usage of Nonretroactive

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1. Specifications, Tolerances, and Other Technical Requirements for Weighing ...edited by Henry V. Opperman, Tina G. Butcher edited by Henry V. Opperman, Tina G. Butcher (1995)
"Serial number [nonretroactive as of January 1, 1968] and prefix ... [nonretroactive as of January 1, 1986] 6. This value may be stated on load cells in ..."

2. NBS Special Publication (1921)
"... which nonretroactive, and which should not be put into force and effect until some future date. In complying with this instruction the committee issued, ..."

3. Penal Codes of France, Germany, Belgium and Japan: Reports Prepared for the by Samuel June Barrows (1901)
"nonretroactive EFFECT OF THE PENAL LAW. (Article 4 of the Penal Code.) Our law, like most modern penal legislation, is based upon the principle that no act ..."

4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1903)
"Instead of an annual meeting as required by statute, of a nonretroactive resolution giving the town board the powers relating to villages ..."

5. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1906)
"EXECUTION, Amendment to Statute Relating to, nonretroactive Effect of.—An amendment of a statute, extending the time within which redemption may be made ..."

6. An Exposition of the Conduct of France Towards America: Illustrated by Cases by Lewis Goldsmith (1810)
"... she sailed—the nonretroactive principle. But they insisted that she had not in/etc* been visited. Captain Harding, they said, (and they were not ..."

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