irrevocable


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that cannot be revoked or undone

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incapable of being retracted or revoked

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All screening self-excuse, which rarely falls quite away while others respect us, forsook him for an instant, and he stood face to face with the first great irrevocable evil he had ever committed.
How irrevocable would have been his knowledge of it, if he had remained with me but another hour!
To avoid misconstruction of what I have said, I depart from my purpose not to speak of particular amendments so far as to say that, holding such a provision to now be implied Constitutional law, I have no objection to its being made express and irrevocable.
It makes him contemptible to be considered fickle, frivolous, effeminate, mean-spirited, irresolute, from all of which a prince should guard himself as from a rock; and he should endeavour to show in his actions greatness, courage, gravity, and fortitude; and in his private dealings with his subjects let him show that his judgments are irrevocable, and maintain himself in such reputation that no one can hope either to deceive him or to get round him.
Friend," said Athos, "our resolution is irrevocable.
As a consequence of the restatement of Peter Daresburys shareholding, an updated irrevocable undertaking in favour of the Possible Offer (as such term is defined in the Possible Offer Announcement) has been entered into by Peter Daresbury in respect of his updated holding of 2,033,827 ordinary shares (New Irrevocable Undertaking).
com/news/local_coverage/2017/11/aaron_hernandez_arranged_trust_that_hid_wealth_beyond_reach_of_creditors) reports that, prior to his death, Hernandez arranged an irrevocable trust that named his daughter as the beneficiary.
The Donation Mortis Causa shall be irrevocable and shall be respected by the surviving spouse;
F) announced on Friday, that on 3 Match 2016 the Pamajugo Irrevocable Trust notified the company of its acquisition of 2,722,221 shares in Ontex.
Living trusts tend to come in two basic flavors: revocable and irrevocable.
This eliminates one of the tax benefits of using an irrevocable trust as a conduit to transfer real property within a family.
21 or earlier death for transfers by irrevocable lifetime gift, transfers by irrevocable exercise of a power of appointment, or transfers authorized in a will or trust.
Flexibility is achieved by maintaining individual ownership of the life insurance policy and designating an irrevocable trust as contingent owner of the policy (which could subsequently be changed to a new irrevocable trust with different provisions and beneficiaries).
When engaged in personal estate planning, these individuals express reluctance to tie assets up in an irrevocable trust, despite the estate tax planning benefits of doing so.
In Gerson, the decedent's husband had created a revocable trust that became irrevocable on his death.
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