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An abrogation can refer to different outcomes form, or processes used by, different legal authorities.
eg. legislative reforms or judicial repeals are forms of abrogation.
See, abrogate. (syn: nullify, cancel, overrule, reverse). Abrogation is the noun of 'abrogate'.
Usage: The English Slave trade Act 1807 and Slavery Abolition Act 1833 are two famous examples of the abrogation of the law.
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