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efflux

Medtalk That which flows outward

efflux

(ĕf′lŭks) [″ + ″]
Outward flow, i.e., the movement of chemicals or other fluids from within a structure, such as a cell, to the outside.
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Therefore, as has been pointed out, (167) so long as the adverse possessor has ultimate possession for the required period of limitation, the fact that the registered proprietor sells the land to a new registered proprietor (during the effluxion of the limitation period) does not matter.
Fayose stated in the letter: 'I wish to inform you that my term of office pursuant to which I enjoy immunity against investigation and prosecution under the above provision shall lapse by effluxion of time on Monday, 15th October, 2018.
The third factor related to the effluxion of time and the new stewardship of the business.
In the notice of appeal, filed by his team of lawyers, headed by Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) with NkemOkoro and rooted on seven grounds, the Senator has asked the apex court to declare that the statutory 90 days period as provided for in section 69(b) of the 1999 constitution, having elapsed by effluxion of time on September 23, 2017, INEC can no longer validly proceed on the basis of the purported petition for his recall, presented on June 23, 2017.
(152) Anderson and Morrison suggest that one of the main obstacles to liquidators challenging voidable transactions is the 'effluxion of time': Anderson and Morrison, Crutchfield's Corporate Voluntary, Administration, above n 134, 47.
According to this principle, any inherited law which has become, through the effluxion of time, what the High Court has described as 'skeletal' cannot be disturbed.