Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make new; renovate; specifically, in law, to substitute a new obligation for an old one. See novation, 3.
- v. replace with something new, especially an old obligation by a new one
“Customers, usually hedge funds, mostly use email to ask dealers for consent to "novate," a practice that is time-consuming and risky because dealers are obliged to read each email before making a decision.”
“You should be allowed to re-novate your own house though .... the Manitoba government believes that if you are smart enough to build on a flood plain, you are smart enough to re-build on a flood plain.”
“Or Obo will renew or novate a new contract to stymie this inconsistency.”
“The ﬁ rst is that while the technology is adap - tive-that is, carrying out particular functions that enhance survivor - ship-it is strongly mediated by the cognitive capacities of those homi - nins, who appear to have been limited at least in terms of their ability to in - novate and vary their productions.”
“· Identify, agree and novate any 3rd party contracts as agreed during contract negotiations.”
“Our client has defined a contract role to review service design, update SVAs and novate contracts where necessary for the migrated IT infrastructure.”
“If I were a bank, I would seek to novate all the in-the-money trades with Lehman and not the ones that are out-of-the-money, right?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘novate’.
these came into effect from 2011
I love words, especially the ones I make up with my friends.
Looking for tweets for novate.