reverter

1
[ ri-vur-ter ]
/ rɪˈvɜr tər /

noun

a person or thing that reverts.

Origin of reverter

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First recorded in 1885–90; revert + -er1

Definition for reverter (2 of 2)

reverter2
[ ri-vur-ter ]
/ rɪˈvɜr tər /

noun Law.

a future interest in property that rests in a grantor.

Origin of reverter

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1485–95; Middle English < Anglo-French, noun use of reverter (infinitive). See revert, -er3
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