regrant

Related to regrant: call on, resubmit, stand pat, seek out, stationed

regrant

(riːˈɡrɑːnt)
n
the act of renewing a grant or granting again
vb (tr)
to grant again or anew
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The problem is that although "Surrender and Regrant"--begun in the mid-sixteenth century with the aim of transforming Gaelic and Gaelicized Ireland--contained the germ of this idea, it was never really fully articulated as a theory nor subjected to so much debate over the whole period as plantation.
We were being persuaded that the slide from the legal fiction of the 1541 arrangement (Surrender and Regrant), via "good and sweet persuasions" of the Elizabethan administrators, to the actual expropriation of 90% of the land of Ireland by 1660 by "newcomers" was accomplished by a series of amicable and legal agreements.
The corporations' argument was that "there was an absence of just terms because no account was taken of any increase in value of the leasehold interest which the landlord was thus compelled to regrant." (150) Notwithstanding this, the majority of the court ruled that there was no taking.
Again, as with consent you should make sure that any agreement is well documented and take care if you are agreeing either to surrender part of your tenancy or to its regrant.
(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." (108)
Papers have been reprocessed--with funding from the California Regrant Project for Local Governments and Historical Record Repositories and the Moore Dry Dock Foundation--to improve accessibility and are available to scholars for research.
While not strictly a repricing, this suspension and regrant should have been treated as such because that was the effect.
The EPA has also supported Restore America's Estuaries, a national coalition of citizen groups, although RAE's major regrant program (Communities Actively Restoring Estuaries), available to groups in all 130 estuaries, is funded through NOAA.
The cost of a driver's licence goes up from pounds 35 to pounds 55 for the first issue and pounds 72 to pounds 75 for renewal; to reissue a 12-month vehicle licence will now cost pounds 165 instead of pounds 160; and the cost of a taxi operator's licence increases from pounds 500 to pounds 520 for the first licence and from pounds 400 to pounds 415 to regrant a licence.
and regrant "Irish constitutional revolution" structured its
Consequently, firms can cancel and commit to regrant options beyond the six-month period and not classify this action as a repricing, and as a result, avoid the expense required for typical repricings.