2. Verb. To correct an error in filing, or in a system of filing. ¹
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Definition of Refile
1. file [v -FILED, -FILING, -FILES] - See also: file
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refile
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Literary usage of Refile
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Commercial Precedents Selected from the Column of Replies and Decisions of by Charles Putzel, H. A. Bähr (1881)
"But B could as well take A's acknowledgment as that of any body else, and unless the mortgagee chooses to take possession, he has simply to refile a copy of ..."
2. Commercial Precedents: Selected from the Column of Replies and Decisions of by Charles Putzel, H. A. Bähr (1881)
"Was there ever any law of this State, (NY,) or any decision rendered by the Court of Appeals, making it unnecessary to refile a chattel mortgage, ..."
3. A Treatise on the Law of Mortgages on Personal Property by Leonard Augustus Jones (1894)
"... of the mortgage that has the prior lien to refile it within the year, nor the diligence of the owner of the other mortgage to refile his in due time, ..."
4. Manual of Patent Examining Procedure edited by J. Michael Thesz (1997)
"word "substitute" for "refile", since the former term has official recognition. The endorsement on the file wrapper that the case is a "substitute" will ..."
5. A Treatise on the Bankruptcy Law of the United States by Harold Remington (1915)
"Before the Amendment of 1910, a failure to refile, properly, a chattel mortgage, where under the ... 11 And a failure to properly refile a chattel mortgage, ..."