I verb bring back, place in a former state, put back, put back into service, reappoint, reconstitute, reestablish, rehabilitate, rehire, reinaugurate, reinstall, reinvest, remit, replace, reseat, restituere, restore, restore to office, restore to power, return, revest, revive associated concepts: reinstate to a job II index continue (resume), proceed (continue), reclaim, remit (release from penalty), renew (begin again), replace, restore (return), surrender (give back)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

To restore to former status or position; to restore insurance benefits under a policy that had lapsed or been canceled; to put a lawsuit that has been dismissed back into the court process.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

reinstatement, Also known as reinstate.
In bankruptcy, the ability to restore debt under its original terms. This is possible only if a proposed plan of reorganization cures or provides compensation for any defaults and does not otherwise alter a creditor's legal, equitable or contractual rights (§ 1124, Bankruptcy Code). Defaults relating to insolvency or financial condition (such as the act of filing for bankruptcy) do not preclude reinstatement (§ 1124(2)(A), Bankruptcy Code).
Creditors are deemed unimpaired if their debt can be reinstated. If they are unimpaired, they are deemed to have accepted the plan and are not entitled to vote (§ 1126(f), Bankruptcy Code).

Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. . 2010.

To restore to a condition that has terminated or been lost; to reestablish.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.

To restore to a condition that has terminated or been lost; to reestablish.

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