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Words related to novate

replace with something new, especially an old obligation by a new one

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NoVate is one of a host of corporate sponsors from around the region funding the sculptures, which will be brought to life by local artists.
We will attempt to either assign or novate a number of the current contracts if we are able to find any other construction business that is willing to take them on.
The Orange GSA schedule and all other existing contracts will novate to the new company, as will all Orange employees.
Judges praised the set for being "innovative despite external commercial pressures", referring to the recent successful launch of the notfor-profit, referral company NoVate Direct Legal Solutions.
In exchange for the 25% stake, TXO had paid a cash sum of USD100,000 (EUR77,500) and had agreed to novate and capitalise an existing USD1.