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Override

An arrangement whereby commissions are made by sales managers based upon the sales made by their subordinate sales representatives. A term found in an agreement between a real estate agent and a property owner whereby the agent keeps the right to receive a commission for the sale of the property for a reasonable time after the agreement expires if the sale is made to a purchaser with whom the agent negotiated prior to the expiration of the agreement.

override

verb act despite, annul, cancel, counteract, countermand, crush, defeat, discard, dismiss, disregard, do away with, dominate, flout, fly in the face of, ignore, make ineffectual, make null and void, make void, neglect, nullify, outweigh, overcome, overpower, overrule, overturn, pass over, prevail over, quell, reverse, revoke, set aside, subdue, supersede, surpass, take no account of, take precedence, thwart, upset
Associated concepts: override a veto, overriding state in terest
See also: abolish, abrogate, beat, browbeat, cancel, command, defeat, foil, frustrate, insist, invalidate, negate, nullify, overlap, overrule, preclude, predominate, prevent, repeal, repudiate, rescind, revoke, supersede, thwart
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Vetoes and veto override attempts are an institutionalized form of going public (Conley and Kreppel 2001).
This shift in operative preferences will cause some members to vote differently on veto override attempts than they do on final passage votes.
This section develops two testable hypotheses that predict which members of Congress will be most likely to switch their votes on veto override attempts.
application to the review of an override decision based upon urgent and
such factors alone did not justify an override, (20) and if these two
factors were the only considerations in support of an override decision,
said they do not have any plans to install the override systems in their vehicles.
Among European automakers, Volkswagen AG, BMW AG and Daimler AG have fitted their products with brake override systems.
More generally, this Article advocates for greater weight to be accorded to the significance of a statutory override of a precedent.
The Article therefore proposes a rebuttable presumption that enactment of an override supersedes the prior judicial interpretation of the statute and further that lower courts are no longer bound by such overridden precedents.
The most recent case of a death-to-life override in Florida illustrates how the system is designed to work.
In Alabama, there have been only seven cases in which a judge used the death-to-life override altogether.