abrogation



abrogation defined in 1939 year

abrogation - Abrogation (Lat. a b, away; rogare, to propose);
abrogation - English legal term, meaning the absolute annulment of a law by the proper legislative authority. It must be distinguished from suspension, which is the temporary suspension of the operation of a law; e.g. of the writ of Habeas Corpus in times of revolutionary outbreaks. It must not be confounded with dispensation, the exemption of an individual from compliance with a law. Derogation is taking away part of a law; and subrogation is adding something to it.

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