Revests - definition of revests by The Free Dictionary
revest (redirected from
re·vest (rē-vĕst′) tr.v. re·vest·ed
re·vests 1. To invest (someone) again with power or ownership; reinstate. 2. To vest (power, for example) once again in a person or an agency. revest ( riːˈvɛst) vb
) to restore (former power, authority, status, etc, to a person) or (of power, authority, etc) to be restored often foll by in
[C16: from Old French
revestir to clothe again, from Latin re- + vestīre to clothe; see vest] revest Past participle: revested Gerund: revesting Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
References in periodicals archive
As has already been noted, while rescission at common law
legal title in the claimant, equity cannot
prohibits the abandonment of contaminated property in liquidation, (30) and abandonment would seem to be pointless in a traditional reorganization, because all property
in the debtor at the end of a chapter 11 case.
[section] 554, the property
to the debtor as it is no longer property of the estate as defined under 11 U.S.C.