Prepositions after "repeal"

"repeal by" or "repeal in"?

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In 39% of cases repeal by is used

Repealed by section 2 and Schedule of the Repealing Act, 1938 (Act No.

These laws were not repealed by the British government until the early 1990s.

The Final Call has learned that the Executive Order was never repealed by any U.

Repealed by section 3 and II Schedule of the Federal Laws (Revision and Declaration) Act.

The offending provisions of the Act were repealed by the incoming Labour government in 1975.

Free choice vouchers and a tax reporting requirement for small businesses were repealed by Congress and signed by President Obama into law.

However, the Bill of Rights is an Act of Parliament and, since no parliament can bind its successors, it could easily be repealed by another Act of Parliament.

In 24% of cases repeal in is used

This section was repealed in 1984.

The Prickly Pear Act 1987 was repealed in 1996.

The 1909 Aborigines Protection Act was repealed in 1969.

Michigan?? s was repealed in 2008 after a legal challenge.

If it is not struck down by SCOTUS, we will see it repealed in ' 13.

Meanwhile, though, the Attorney-General announced in Dec 2008 that the law permitting JCP would be repealed in the next legislative term.

Though this notification was repealed in 2000, another notification was issued on the same day, which was for the most part similar to the 1969 notification.

Surveys of voters found Obama's health care law to be as divisive as ever, with just under 50 percent wanting it repealed in whole or part, and 44 percent liking it as is or wanting more of it.

In 7% of cases repeal for is used

MHLs should be repealed for the adult population.

In 7% of cases repeal of is used

The death sentence has to be awarded in some cases otherwise, it would amount to repeal of the capital punishment by the judiciary, the apex court said.

In 5% of cases repeal at is used

The CP provisions were presumably repealed at that.

The Legislature passed a law making such unions legal in 2009, but it was repealed at the ballot box that fall.

In 2% of cases repeal after is used

The PCO's New Zealand Legislation website provides Acts that go back as far as 1275, but its collection of repealed Acts only includes Acts that were repealed after August 2007.

In 2% of cases repeal due is used

Such elaboration may perhaps be necessary to counter the pragmatist's response that the Seventeenth Amendment ought to be repealed due to its demonstrably unworkable nature.

In 2% of cases repeal from is used

The Knowledge Basket holds Acts that were repealed from 1987 to 2007 (and the shattering statutes, preserved by the PCO).

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