- a statutory combination of two or more corporations.
- the union of two or more claims or actions at law for trial or appeal.
Origin of consolidation
Examples from the Web for consolidation
Contemporary Examples of consolidation
In 2012, an internal Canadian government report called for the consolidation of these forces.Terrorist Ends Canada’s Innocence
October 22, 2014
For some, such as NorCal Council, the consolidation of councils went relatively smoothly.Why Are Girl Scout Camps Being Closed?
January 12, 2014
Under Bill Clinton, he was for consolidation and deregulation.Will Obama Learn the Right Lesson From the Summers Debacle?
September 18, 2013
And consolidation is what happens in the aftermath of bubbles.
Of course, one of the undesired outcomes of the last several years has been consolidation.
Historical Examples of consolidation
The parties could agree neither on terms of consolidation nor on boundaries.
In all these acts of consolidation the influence of Mr. Wade was active and powerful.
The consolidation still required the sanction of the legislature.
One of the roads entering into the consolidation was the Utica and Schenectady.
I—I—ugh, ugh, I know what you want:—a consolidation and annihilation of the States.The Politician Out-Witted
- the combining of two or more actions at law
- the combination of a number of Acts of Parliament into one codifying statute