Revivor


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REVIVOR. the name of a bill in chancery used to renew an original bill which for some reason has become inoperative. Vide Bill of Revivor.

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In equity, a suit involving impersonal rights (for example, property) could be revived if the executor or other successor in interest of the decedent filed a bill of revivor.