Meaning of revocatory in English:


Pronunciation /ˈrɛvəkət(ə)ri/


See revoke

‘In his judgment, Judge Brown stated The Babcock & Wilcox Company ‘was solvent under the Louisiana revocatory action on July 1, 1998.’’
  • ‘A report from the Department of Statistics of the Embassy of the United States in Bolivia reveals that seven of the nine prefects (governors) of the Andean country will lose the revocatory referendum to be realised the next 10 of August.’
  • ‘A party to whom child support is owed, including the Department of Social Services when rendering child support enforcement services, may seek enforcement of a child support obligation by any lawful means provided by law, including the use of a revocatory or oblique action brought pursuant to the provisions of Civil Code Article 2036 et seq.’