They were a grace, extended by the pleasure of the authorities, and they were revocable at any time.
It implies no promise by the wisher to actually implement any of the wishes for her/himself or others, and is void where prohibited by law, and is revocable at the sole discretion of the wisher.
They are backed by a powerful government committed to the servicing of its debt and wielding enormous money-printing and taxing powers that are revocable only in a shattering political upheaval.
Similarly, where a power of attorney is given to a purchaser for value and is expressed to be irrevocable, the authority is not revocable nor is it revoked by the death or disability of the donor.
The reason that waivers are not always revocable is that the party who has obtained the waiver may develop an interest in relying on that waiver, because the party has reciprocally given up something valuable as well.
The renewal is possible because the superimposition of names is artificial, the delimitation of place revocable through restoration.
This result is accomplished only if assets, including a person's interest in his or her accountancy practice, are transferred to the revocable trust during the settlor's lifetime.
This decision should not be revocable and the financing should be fully provided for to avoid either the Kolkata or Delhi experience.
Your mother's will most likely transfers property to the revocable trust, rather than the other way around, in case she failed to transfer something to the trust prior to her death.
However, transportation also constituted citizenship as revocable , and it is significant that in its representation in Moll Flanders this aspect is revised.