to amend an amendment


to amend an amendment
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  • amend — vt 1: to change or modify for the better 2: to alter esp. in the wording; esp: to alter formally by modification, deletion, or addition amend ed the statute amend the complaint to cure the defect amend·able adj …   Law dictionary

  • amend & extend — USA The term refers to an amendment to a syndicated loan agreement where certain lenders agree in advance to extend the maturity date of their loans. In exchange for this early non pro rata extension of the loan maturity, the extending lenders… …   Law dictionary

  • amend & extends — USA The term refers to an amendment to a syndicated loan agreement where certain lenders agree in advance to extend the maturity date of their loans. In exchange for this early non pro rata extension of the loan maturity, the extending lenders… …   Law dictionary

  • amend — a‧mend [əˈmend] verb [transitive] to make small changes to a law or a document, for example to improve it, to make it more accurate, or to take account of new conditions: • a controversial plan to amend the Constitution amendment noun [countable …   Financial and business terms

  • amendment — amend·ment n 1: an act of amending; esp: an alteration in wording amendment s to cure the defect in the pleading 2: an alteration proposed or put into effect by legislative or constitutional procedure the Congress...shall propose amendment s to… …   Law dictionary

  • Amend — as a verb means to change or modify something, as in: *Constitutional amendment *Amend (motion), a motion to modify a pending main motion in parliamentary procedure *Amend something previously adopted, a motion to modify a previously adopted… …   Wikipedia

  • amendment — (n.) early 13c., betterment, improvement; c.1300, of persons, correction, reformation, from O.Fr. amendment, from amender (see AMEND (Cf. amend)). Sense expanded to include correction of error in a legal process (c.1600) and alteration of a writ… …   Etymology dictionary

  • amend, emend — Amend means to put right, to change for the better. We amend by adding or altering, as the noun amendment suggests. Emend, once merely another spelling of amend, has a similar meaning but is properly used only to refer to corrections or changes… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • Amendment — may refer to:*A change made to a pending motion or bill by a motion to amend *A change made to a previously adopted law or motion *A change made to a contract *Constitutional amendment, a change made to a written constitution *Soil conditioner,… …   Wikipedia

  • Amendment —   [ə mendmənt, englisch »Berichtigung«] das, s/ s, Zusatz, ergänzender oder abändernder Artikel zur Verfassung der USA von 1787 (bisher 26 Amendments) sowie zu den Verfassungen der Einzelstaaten. Die Amendments werden chronologisch an den… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • amendment — [ə mend′mənt] n. [ME < OFr amendement < amender, AMEND] 1. a change for the better; improvement 2. a correction of errors, faults, etc. 3. a) a revision or addition proposed or made in a bill, law, constitution, etc. b) the process of… …   English World dictionary

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