Meaning of revocability in English:

revocability

Pronunciation /rɛvəkəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See revocable

‘One of the most consequential effects of that new situation is the endemic porosity and frailty of all boundaries and the in-built futility, or at least the provisional nature and revocability, of all boundary drawing.’
  • ‘The hallmarks of the Paris Commune were responsibility and revocability.’
  • ‘A licence that is in the form of a contract might be ineffective in achieving non-revocability.’
  • ‘I'm not sure that revocability of free software licences really is a problem.’
  • ‘In 1746, an English judge explained the ancient doctrine of revocability as based on the petty jealousy of courts fearing ouster of their jurisdiction.’