Retroactive



adjective
1.
operative with respect to past occurrences, as a statute; retrospective:
a retroactive law.
2.
pertaining to a pay raise effective as of a past date.
adjective
1.
applying or referring to the past: retroactive legislation
2.
effective or operative from a date or for a period in the past

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