renewal
re·new·al /ri-'nü-əl, -'nyü-/ n
1: the act or process of renewing
a renewal of the copyright
2: the quality or state of being renewed
3: something renewed
4: something used for renewing; specif: an expenditure that betters existing fixed assets
5: the rebuilding of a large area (as of a city) by a public authority

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

renewal
I noun amelioration, comeback, continuance, enhancement, fixing, improvement, instauration, making over, melioration, mending, modernization, new start, readjustment, reanimation, rearrangement, rebirth, recharging, reclamation, recommencement, reconstitution, reconstruction, recrudescence, recrudescency, recurrence, redoubling, reestablishment, refitting, reformation, refreshment, regeneration, rehabilitation, reinstatement, reinvigoration, reissue, rejuvenation, relapse, renaissance, renascence, renovatio, renovation, reopening, repair, repetition, replenishment, reproduction, restoration, resumption, resurrection, resuscitation, return, revamping, revision, revival, revivification, salvage associated concepts: motion to renew, renewal of a claim, renewal of a license, renewal of a motion II index continuation (resumption), recrudescence, reform, rehabilitation, repair, reparation (keeping in repair), replacement, resurgence, revival

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


renewal
Keeping an existing agreement in force for an additional period of time, such as a lease, a promissory note, insurance policy, or any other contract. Renewal usually requires a writing or some action which evidences the new term.
Category: Business, LLCs & Corporations
Category: Real Estate & Rental Property

Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. . 2009.


renewal
Rehabilitation; reestablishment; substitution of a new right or obligation for another of the same or similar nature.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


renewal
Rehabilitation; reestablishment; substitution of a new right or obligation for another of the same or similar nature.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

renewal
n.
   keeping an existing arrangement in force for an additional period of time, such as a lease, a promissory note, insurance policy or any other contract. Renewal usually requires a writing or some action which evidences the new term.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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