reaffirmation

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re·af·firm

 (rē′ə-fûrm′)
tr.v. re·af·firmed, re·af·firm·ing, re·af·firms
To affirm or assert again.

re′af·fir·ma′tion (rē′ăf-ər-mā′shən) n.
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Noun1.reaffirmation - renewed affirmation
affirmation, avouchment, avowal - a statement asserting the existence or the truth of something
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Translations

reaffirmation

[ˈriːæfəˈmeɪʃən] Nreafirmación f, reiteración f
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reaffirmation

[ˌriːæfərˈmeɪʃən] nréaffirmation f
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reaffirmation

n
(= assertion)erneute Versicherung f
(= confirmation)Bestätigung f, → Bestärkung f
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Starr told Arkansas Business that in Dwelle's case, there wasn't a mechanism to reaffirm the debt even if he wanted to do that.
A creditor may also ask a debtor to reaffirm the debt before he (the creditor) will agree to do business with the debtor again.
Debtors must surrender the property, reaffirm the debt or redeem the property within the specified time.