Definition of Revoked
1. Verb. (past of revoke) ¹
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Definition of Revoked
1. revoke [v] - See also: revoke
Lexicographical Neighbors of Revoked
Literary usage of Revoked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Wills by Thomas Jarman, Joseph Fitz Randolph, William Talcott (1881)
"11; 1872, Code, \ 6298 1; sonal property could only lie revoked by District of Columbia (1857, Rev. Code, c. parol, if the words were reduced to writ- 52, ..."
2. Principles of the English Law of Contract and of Agency in Its Relation to by William Reynell Anson (1906)
"Such offers may be revoked at any time, except as regards orders already given or bills already discounted, and they will in any event lapse at the end of a ..."
3. The Student's Conveyancing: Being Specially Intended for the Use of by Albert Gibson, Robert McLean (1885)
"22 of the Wills Act, no will or codicil which has been revoked can be revived otherwise ... And further, when any will or codicil has been partly revoked, ..."
4. Commentaries on the Laws of England by William Blackstone, William Carey Jones (1915)
"That the will of a woman should be revoked by her marriage, ... Some hold the common-law rule still in force, and the will revoked by her marriage. (Swan v. ..."
5. A Treatise on Copyhold, Customary Freehold, and Ancient Demesne Tenure: With by John Scriven, Henry Stalman (1846)
"From this decree the devisees appealed ; and on the argument of the appeal (d), Lord Eldon, C. was of opinion that the devise of the freeholds was revoked ..."
6. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent, Charles M. Barnes (1884)
"attorney to confess judgment, though it be not revocable by the * act of the party, is nevertheless revoked by his * 647 death ; and all that the courts can ..."
7. Principles of the English Law of Contract and of Agency in Its Relation to by William Reynell Anson, Ernest Wilson Huffcut (1899)
"Can acceptance be revoked? (6) Lapse and revocation of offer (0 Lapse: ... So an offer may lapse for want of acceptance, or be revoked before acceptance. ..."