Examples of rescission in a Sentence
the judge ruled that the town's rescission of the contract was justified due the contractor's repeated failures to meet its obligations
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Federal district judges in California and New York have issued nationwide injunctions against ending the program, siding with states and organizations challenging the administration's rescission.
And, even assuming a rescission of the 2008 Option Agreement, there is no legal grounds on which Plaintiff-Intervenors could either claim or obtain an ownership interest in these copyrights.
The rescission is coming because too much of the conversation has been driven by Men’s Rights groups and other rape denialists who claim that the pendulum has swung too far in protecting the rights of victims (often women).
On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to reveal internal deliberative documents that went into the decision to rescind the DACA program, a partial victory for groups challenging the rescission in a California federal court.
Then, the Order compares this amount to prior spending levels, specifically spending authorized in the prior fiscal year, FY 2017, which was $18.3 billion (subsequent rescissions reduced actual spending to keep it in line with actual revenue).
Those who have been hurt by Trump’s Muslim travel ban efforts and his DACA rescission have garnered a good deal of deserved media attention.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward and fellow NBA star LeBron James quickly came to Curry's defense after Trump tweeted a rescission of the Golden State Warriors' invitation to visit the White House.
Earlier this week, attorneys general from 15 blue states and D.C. filed a suit asking a federal judge to strike down Trump's rescission of DACA.
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Origin and Etymology of rescission
First Known Use: 1594See Words from the same year
legal Definition of rescission
rescissoryplay \ri-ˈsi-zə-rē, -ˈsi-sə-\ adjective
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