unrepealed

unrepealed

(ˌʌnrɪˈpiːld)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not repealed, annulled, or revoked
Translations

unrepealed

[ˈʌnrɪˈpiːld] ADJno revocado
References in classic literature ?
And while I do not choose now to specify particular acts of Congress as proper to be enforced, I do suggest that it will be much safer for all, both in official and private stations, to conform to and abide by all those acts which stand unrepealed, than to violate any of them, trusting to find impunity in having them held to be unConstitutional.
continue our conduct, and unrepealed because we want to preserve our
(256) The Act, "remaining unrepealed," allowed a military district and Provost Marshal and Board of Enrolment to be appointed in the First Congressional District of Pennsylvania, with defendant William E.
We regularly treat unrepealed statutes as law, for example,
Thus, as of the first decade of the twentieth century, the Seveloff Fix was still unrepealed, and sale of alcohol to Natives in Alaska was still illegal.
Employment laws - so detested by the trade unions - remain largely unrepealed.
so considered, if not by the Congress which enacted it, certainly by the succeeding Congress, may be inferred from the circumstance, that while all special taxes on illuminating oils were repealed by the act of July 20th, 1868, which subjected distillers and refiners to the tax on sales as manufacturers, this prohibition was left unrepealed. (179) Chase ended his opinion by invoking the same theory of federalism that, years before, had led him to contend that, while Congress could ban slavery in the District of Columbia and the territories under its control, it could not prohibit the practice within the original states.
(67-70) To her fellow Unitarians, "Religion's light and Freedom's holy flame" would convey both the immediate sense of the author's gratitude for being nurtured within a country of faith and tolerance and the deeper and powerfully coded political implication that only in Unitarian Dissent and its values of liberal Enlightenment is found an ideal of "Freedom" that far exceeds the reality of systemic oppression under the unrepealed Test and Corporation Acts (12)--a failure of freedom that the poem declares elsewhere will lead shortly to Britain's ruin.
"Washington is the nation's horizontal city, thanks to an unrepealed Act of 1910 which set the maximum building height at 130 feet (39.6 m)" (Kostof 1991: 312).
This new edition provides detailed and updated information on every Central Enactment of Civil application in force covering all the unrepealed Civil Central Acts, in India."
Notwithstanding the bleak political, religious, and social scenario, Shelley hopes for a cataclysmic change that would cleanse the English soil from "mud" and "muddy spring" instituted by the unworthy rulers of the time: Religion Christless, Godless-a book sealed; A senate, Time's worst statute, unrepealed - Are graves from which a glorious Phantom may Burst to illumine our tempestuous day.