reconvey


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re·con·vey

 (rē′kən-vā′)
tr.v. re·con·veyed, re·con·vey·ing, re·con·veys
To convey to a former owner or place.

re′con·vey′ance n.

reconvey

(ˌriːkənˈveɪ)
vb (tr)
rare archaic to convey (something or someone) back again to the original location

reconvey


Past participle: reconveyed
Gerund: reconveying

Imperative
reconvey
reconvey
Present
I reconvey
you reconvey
he/she/it reconveys
we reconvey
you reconvey
they reconvey
Preterite
I reconveyed
you reconveyed
he/she/it reconveyed
we reconveyed
you reconveyed
they reconveyed
Present Continuous
I am reconveying
you are reconveying
he/she/it is reconveying
we are reconveying
you are reconveying
they are reconveying
Present Perfect
I have reconveyed
you have reconveyed
he/she/it has reconveyed
we have reconveyed
you have reconveyed
they have reconveyed
Past Continuous
I was reconveying
you were reconveying
he/she/it was reconveying
we were reconveying
you were reconveying
they were reconveying
Past Perfect
I had reconveyed
you had reconveyed
he/she/it had reconveyed
we had reconveyed
you had reconveyed
they had reconveyed
Future
I will reconvey
you will reconvey
he/she/it will reconvey
we will reconvey
you will reconvey
they will reconvey
Future Perfect
I will have reconveyed
you will have reconveyed
he/she/it will have reconveyed
we will have reconveyed
you will have reconveyed
they will have reconveyed
Future Continuous
I will be reconveying
you will be reconveying
he/she/it will be reconveying
we will be reconveying
you will be reconveying
they will be reconveying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconveying
you have been reconveying
he/she/it has been reconveying
we have been reconveying
you have been reconveying
they have been reconveying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconveying
you will have been reconveying
he/she/it will have been reconveying
we will have been reconveying
you will have been reconveying
they will have been reconveying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconveying
you had been reconveying
he/she/it had been reconveying
we had been reconveying
you had been reconveying
they had been reconveying
Conditional
I would reconvey
you would reconvey
he/she/it would reconvey
we would reconvey
you would reconvey
they would reconvey
Past Conditional
I would have reconveyed
you would have reconveyed
he/she/it would have reconveyed
we would have reconveyed
you would have reconveyed
they would have reconveyed
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The Department instead offered to reconvey the land for the original purchase price of $1.
The affirmative defense would seek to prevent the foreclosure of the taxpayers redemption rights while one counterclaim would seek injunctive relief ordering the municipality to reconvey the taxpayers property, and the second would seek damages for the wrongful misappropriation of the property.
The first is his attempt to recover and reconvey the true meaning of the Declaration of Independence, which had been buried beneath layers of historicist dust and detritus.
The V&Aaccepted that the monstrance was stolen but was unable to reconvey ownership of it by virtue of s.
It said that the numbers of allocatees have acquired title of the land in respect of coal blocks which were allocated and now declared illegal, and on reallocation these allocatees be directed to reconvey the land to Centre.
8, 1996, the heirs of Santiago Suico filed a civil suit against the government for its refusal to reconvey the properties, which informal settlers began to possess.
The church made it difficult for a widow to remarry within the family group and thereby reconvey her property back to the tribe, so she had to own the property herself.
For now, I wanted to reconvey my sadness over having misunderstood him, an apology that he never would have gotten as a child.
If the government can condemn the property, it can then always reconvey it to secular owners, recapturing the property's fair market value but now subjecting it to land use controls.
107) He concluded: "If the Constitution excluded the States from making any law regulating commerce, certainly Congress cannot regrant, or in any manner reconvey to the States that power.
A taxpayer may initiate contact with the mortgage company, reconvey title to the mortgagee, and vacate the premises.
When a previously imposed access control is no longer necessary because of changes in traffic management, a road authority may be willing to reconvey access rights previously purchased.