What is remit?

  • (verb): Forgive.
    Example: "God will remit their sins"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on remit:

Northern Ireland Legislation - Primary Legislation - Subject Matter
... Excepted matters remain the remit of Westminster and were those that were of imperial or national concern for example the armed forces, external trade or weights measures ... Reserved matters were to be the remit of the proposed, but never operational, Council of Ireland, are now the remit of the Privy Council and may be ...
Sales Taxes In The United States - By Jurisdiction - Missouri
... the seller must self-accrue sales tax on its purchase of the goods and remit the tax on such purchases it made ... remitting taxes, and as an incentive to timely remit taxes, sellers may keep two percent of all taxes collected each period ...
Latae Sententiae - Remission
... the ordinary of the locality where the censured person is present to remit a declared or imposed censure established by law ... However, an ordinary can remit a merely automatic censure for his subjects, wherever they are, and for anyone present in his territory or who committed the delict in his ... from the sacraments, the confessor may immediately remit the censure in the internal sacramental forum, while requiring the penitent to have recourse within one ...
Roman Catholic Archdiocese Of Armagh - Province and Geographic Remit
... The geographical remit of the province straddles both political jurisdictions in the island of Ireland - the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ... In Northern Ireland, the remit covers parts of the former administrative counties of Armagh, Londonderry and Tyrone ... In the Republic of Ireland, the remit covers parts of the local government area of Louth and most of Meath ...
Cambridge Primary Review - Remit
... The Review's remit, as agreed between Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and the University of Cambridge in 2005-6, was as follows ...

More definitions of "remit":

  • (verb): Diminish or abate.
    Example: "The pain finally remitted"
  • (verb): Send (money) in payment.
    Example: "Remit $25"
  • (verb): Make slack as by lessening tension or firmness.
    Synonyms: slacken
  • (noun): (law) the act of remitting (especially the referral of a law case to another court).
    Synonyms: remission, remitment
  • (verb): Refer (a matter or legal case) to another committe or authority or court for decision.
    Synonyms: remand, send back
  • (verb): Release from (claims, debts, or taxes).
    Example: "The texes were remitted"