Definitions for "abatement"
Generally, abatement is a reduction or lessoning in intensity. In taxes, abatement...
The act of abating, or the state of being abated; a lessening, diminution, or reduction; removal or putting an end to; as, the abatement of a nuisance is the suppression thereof.
The amount abated; that which is taken away by way of reduction; deduction; decrease; a rebate or discount allowed.
A mark of dishonor on an escutcheon.
The entry of a stranger, without right, into a freehold after the death of the last possessor, before the heir or devisee.
The difference between the amount of the estate an heir is to receive as specified in a will and the amount actually received, due to property devaluation between the time the will was made and when the death occurred; the entry of a stranger into the estate after the death of the possessor but before the heir can take control., or, In heraldry, a mark of dishonor in a coat of arms. The most common was the point and gore, which cut off an angle on the shield and was awarded for lying, boasting, drunkenness, killing a prisoner who had surrendered, rape, and sloth in war.
To stop some action or activity from continuing to occur. For example a county health director may have the power to abate a public health nuisance by stopping citizens from dumping garbage in the front yards of their own residences. See also Injunction.
The removal, or putting an end to something eg: a land owner may abate a nuisance, caused by tree branches overhanging their property by cutting down the branches• Drugs• Land - Rights of Land Owners• Victims of Crime
notice A notice served on the owner(s) or occupier(s) of a property from which a private nuisance arises, warning them of the intention to enter on the land in order to abate the nuisance.
To remove material.
Refers to the removal or covering of a painted surface with an encapsulating coating.
a way to permanently contain or remove lead hazards
Another word for reducing the amount of money someone may get from a Will.
To reduce, diminish or temporarily suspend.
an interruption in the intensity or amount of something
Keywords:  abet, abduction
A recovery of an expenditure, in State budgeting and accounting, only the following items are considered to be abatements: Refund of overpayment of salary, Refunds from vendors for defective merchandise, returned merchandise, returned empty containers, or other reasons, Jury duty and witness fees, Property damage or loss recoveries, Sales tax collected a legislative appropriation specific in amount. Sales of items budgeted to be "traded in". Other sales receipts are considered revenues, such as, Merit Award payments received from another agency or fund.
a deduction from the full amount of a tax
a deduction in the amount of money owed.
a recognized procedure in jurisprudence
Keywords:  mytravel, gas, additional, help
Additional gas (MyTravel help)
A discount allowed for damage or overcharge in the payment of a bill.
Keywords:  rent, free, occupancy, early, outside
Often and commonly referred to as free rent or early occupancy and may occur outside or in addition to the primary term of the lease.
Free or reduced rent for a fixed period of time. Search | Home
Complete removal of an amount due (usually referring to a tax abatement a penalty abatement or an interest abatement within a governing agency).
A written request to lower the market value, penalties or interest or to change a property classification.
Keywords:  lessen, something, strong, less, effect
to make or become less strong; to lessen the effect of something
Keywords:  skip, permission, court, plan, payment
Permission from the Court to skip a plan payment.
Keywords:  par, above
Above Par
Keywords:  noise, enforcing, laws, act
the act of abating; "laws enforcing noise abatement"
Keywords:  official, administrative
Administrative official