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Definition of the noun cession

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noun - plural: cessions

  1. the act of ceding

Alternative definition of the noun cession

noun

  1. That which is ceded. Insurance: (part of) a risk which is transferred from one actor to another.
  2. The giving up of rights, property etc. which one is entitled to.

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Google previewTeachings on Basic Topics in Public International Law (2014)

by Amos Enabulele, Bright Bazuaye

Cession is the transfer of territory from one sovereign to another, usually by means of a treaty. This often (though not a requirement) takes place within the framework of a peace treaty following a war. A territory can be ceded in peace ...

Google previewThe Scientific & the Divine (2003)

Conflict and Reconciliation from Ancient Greece to the Present by James A. Arieti, Patrick A. Wilson

cession is the way of human creating. Creation by God, says Aquinas, should be thought of as sustained and enduring dependence on the Creator. This dependence must be understood as the moving and efficient causes acting in the here ...

Google previewHistory of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the Civil War, 1603-1642 (2011)

by Samuel Rawson Gardiner

Native cession is a mere farce, and its absence is ...

Google previewThe Spectator (1863)

The cession is an insult to the House of Commons, a return to the Tudor regime. Whatever...

Google previewThe Acquisition of Territory in International Law (1963)

by Robert Yewdall Jennings

Cession is the transfer of territorial sovereignty by one State to another State. 'The "cession" of a territory', it was said in one case,1 'means the renunciation made by one State in favour of another of the rights and title which the former ...

Google previewAmerican eloquence : a collection of speeches and addresses (1858)

by Frank Moore

The last mentioned cession is the more remarkable, because it was made by a formal agreement between the United States and Georgia ; in which the stipulations on each side are stated in the same manner and with the like solemnity, as in ...

Google previewAmerican Eloquence (1895)

A Collection of Speeches and Addresses by the Most Eminent Orators of America

The last mentioned cession is the more remarkable, because it was made by aformal agreement between the United States and Georgia; in which the stipulations on each side are stated in the same manner and with the like solemuity, as in ...

Google previewAnnals of the Congress of the United States (1855)

by United States. Congress

The last mentioned cession is the more remarkable ...

Google previewCyclopaedia: Or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (etc.) 5. Ed (1741)

by Ephraim Chambers

Cession is an implicit kind of resignation, understood where a person does some ačt, or takes on himself some charge,

Google previewA General Biographical Dictionary (1838)

by John Gorton

Qhubb cession of Spain to the Quadru- Freind...

Google previewA Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)

by Henry Campbell Black

OBSS CESSION DBS BIENS CESS, ». Ail assessment or tax. In Ireland, it was anciently applied to an exaction, of victuals, at a certain rate, for soldiers in garrison. Cessa xegnare, si moo. vl» jndicare. -Cease to reign, If you wish not to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Disputes Installment 10 (2014)

by Linda J Pike

Cession of title normally takes place by means of a treaty, agreement or understanding. This mode was formerly quite common and was reminiscent of certain modes of transfer of ownership in private law. Thus a distinction was drawn ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Indian Removal (2011)

by Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr., James W. Parins

The United States accept the cession abovementioned, and on the conditions therein expressed: and they cede to the State of Georgia whatever claim, right or title they may have to the jurisdiction or soil of any lands lying within the United ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary (1891)

Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union : with References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier

Before the cession was accepted by congress, it was reealed by another act passed in October, 784. n the mean time, movements had been set on foot by the people to constitute themselves an independent state. They acted upon the ...

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