recodification

recodification

(ˌriːkəʊdɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the action or process of recodifying
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Another topic to be discussed during this year's session is the recodification of Utah's education codes.
This paper was created within the project SGS-2015-019 'The Impacts of Current Legal, Tax, Accounting and Social Changes on Private Businesses and the Public Sector in the Context of Recodification of Private Law' at the University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics.
Agreed-upon procedures engagements are governed by the AICPA's Statements on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE), most recently by SSAE 18, Attestation Standards: Clarification and Recodification (effective May 1, 2017), principally as AT-C section 215, "Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements.
122, Statements on Auditing Standards: Clarification and Recodification, which includes AU-C Section 600, Special Considerations--Audits of Group Financial Statements (Including the Work of Component Auditors) (AICPA, Professional Standards, AU-C Section 600).
For the continuous assessment of PERI and SSERSU, all 102 items of the former and all 54 items of the latter were added together after recodification.
Pushing off from Adorno's recodification of Hegelian method, the self-reflection of philosophy ('philosophy is its own time comprehended in thought') (2) facilitates a process that allows it 'to hold itself open,' (3) that its 'contents can only be grasped where philosophy does not impose them.
Although in certain areas of the law we no longer speak of an original codification, but only about a recodification of the matter for the purpose of the systematisation and updating of primary regulations, the process of codification maintains a certain, almost mythical aura.
Blood, as a "checkpoint" of life and death (Brolli ix), triggers instinctive repulsion, and this instinctual distancing elicits a sudden recodification of meanings that have been taken for granted.
18) Voir Jean-Guy Belley, <<Presentation>> dans Serge Lortie, Nicholas Kasirer et Jean-Guy Belley, dir, Du Code civil du Quebec : contribution a l'histoire immediate d'une recodification reussie, Montreal, Themis, 2005, 1 aux pp 7, 18; Jean Pineau, <<La reforme d'un Code civil>> dans Lortie, Kasirer et Belley, supra note 18, 233 aux pp 267-71.
11) His point of departure is the recodification of Quebec civil law in the second half of the twentieth century, culminating in the adoption of the Civil Code of Quebec in 1991 (entry into force in January 1994).