Definition of redetermination in English:

redetermination

noun

  • See redetermine

    • ‘The decision letter constitutes a redetermination of a planning appeal, where the initial decision was previously quashed by the Court on grounds irrelevant to the present proceedings.’
    • ‘However, for all the reasons which I have given, this appeal will be allowed and the matter remitted to the Secretary of State for his redetermination.’
    • ‘The case has been sent back for redetermination of facts.’
    • ‘What would happen next is that the matter, as we apprehend it, would go back to the Minister for redetermination, according to law.’
    • ‘Of the three cases before the court, one was remitted for redetermination.’

Pronunciation

redetermination

/riːdɪtəːmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/