rescission

[ ri-sizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF rescission

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It is no doubt only by reason of a condition construed into the contract that fraud is a ground of rescission.

There was to be a restitution of property, honors, and offices, and a rescission of judicial sentences.

First, the parties can expressly and purposely declare that a treaty shall be dissolved; this is rescission.

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