revival
re·vi·val /ri-'vī-vəl/ n: an act or instance of reviving

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

revival
I noun awakening, comeback, convalescence, freshening, improvement, invigoration, new version, palingenesis, phoenix, quickening, reanimation, reappearance, reawakening, rebirth, reclamation, recovery, recreation, recuperation, recurrence, redintegration, reestablishment, refreshment, regeneracy, regeneration, regenesis, reincarnation, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, renaissance, renascence, renewal, reproduction, restoration, resumption, resurgence, resurrection, resuscitation, return, revivification, reviviscence, vivification associated concepts: abatement and revival, revival of a cause of action II index recrudescence, rehabilitation, renewal, repair, resurgence

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


revival
1) Requesting a court to reinstate the force of an old judgment.
2) Reinstating a contract or debt by a new agreement after the right to demand performance or collect has expired under the statute of limitations.
Category: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits

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


revival
n. A reinstitution of a former will or deed that had been revoked by virtue of a later document. Of course, that later document must be destroyed or cancelled. Although some jurisdictions automatically recognize the earlier will upon the cancellation of the later one, most jurisdictions require its republication or some other affirmation.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

revival
n.
   1) requesting a court to reinstate the force of an old judgment.
   2) reinstating a contract or debt by a new agreement after the right to demand performance or collect has expired under the statute of limitations (the time to sue).

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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