DECERTIFY

DECERTIFY

decertify, vb.

1. To revoke the certification of.

2. To remove the official status of (a labor union) by withdrawing the right to act as a collective-bargaining agent. [Cases: Labor Relations 216. C.J.S. Labor Relations ¡ì¡ì 191¨C192, 210.]

3. (Of a court) to overrule a previous order that created a class for purposes of a class action; to officially undo (a class). [Cases: Federal Civil Procedure 173; Parties 35.49. C.J.S. Parties ¡ì 36.] Cf. CERTIFY. ¡ª decertification, n.


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