abatement


abatement
1) снижение; уменьшение
2) отмена, аннулирование; прекращение
3) устранение (в порядке самопомощи)
4) уменьшение денежных сумм по легатам (при отсутствии денежных средств, достаточных для выплаты по ним полностью)
5) незаконное завладение недвижимостью до вступления наследника во владение

abatement and revival — прекращение и возобновление действия (договора, судебного решения)

- abatement of bequest
- abatement of nuisance
- abatement of suit
- abatement of tax assessment
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прекращение

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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