Abatement of a Nuisance
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Definition of the noun abatement of a nuisance
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- (law) the removal or termination or destruction of something that has been found to be a nuisance
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by Arthur English
Abatement of a nuisance. The removal of a nuisance. Abatement of a writ. Where it is quashed or set aside on account of some defect. Abatement of litigation. Where an action is terminated by the death of a party or change of interest during ...
Building Law Encyclopaedia (2009)
by David Chappell, Michael Dunn, Michael Cowlin
Abatement of a nuisance is not looked upon favourably by the courts, unless there is an emergency, because other remedies are available through an application to the courts. Local authorities may serve abatement notices in respect of a ...
See nuisance [ABATEMENT OF A NUISANCE]; plea [ PLEA IN ABATEMENT]. ABDUCTION broadly, the criminal or tortious act of “ taking and ...
by Charles Porterfield
The abatement of a nuisance does not preclude the subsequent recovery of damages for injuries actually caused by the nuisance, whether the abatement is by the plaintiff 1 or by the defendant.' But it has been held that the defendant's prompt ...
A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)
by Henry Campbell Black
ABATEMENT OF A NUISANCE. The removal, prostration, or destruction of that which causes a nuisance, whether by breaking or pulling it down, or otherwise removing, disintegrating, or effacing it Ruff v. Phillips, 50 Ga. 130. The remedy which ...
A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union (1839)
With References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier
Abatement of a nuisance, Abatement, pleading, Abatement of a freehold, Abator. useless to the American student. What, for example, have we.
A Dictionary of Law (1891)
Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern; Including the Principal Terms of International, Constitutional, and Commercial Law; with a Collection of Legal Maxims and Numerous Select Titles from the Civil Law and Other Foreign Systems by Henry Campbell Black
ABATEMENT OF A NUISANCE. The removal. prostration, or destruction of that which causes a nuisance, whether by breaking or pulling it down, or otherwise removing. disintegrating, or effacing it. The remedy which the law allows a party ...
by Charles Erehart Chadman
Abatement of a nuisance, is the removal or destruction of it. 3. In pleading, a matter of defense which only tends to delay or suspend the action and does not go to the merits, is termed a plea in abatement. Abbreviaro. To abridge ; to shorten.
containing full definitions of the principal terms of the common and civil law : together with translations and explanations of the various technical phrases in different languages, occurring in the ancient and modern reports, and standard treatises : embracing, also, all the principal common and civil law maxims by Alexander Mansfield Burrill
ABATEMENT of a nuisance. The taking away of a nuisance by pulling, cutting, or breaking it down, or otherwise removing or destroying it.
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