abatable


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abatable

(əˈbeɪtəbəl)
adj
able to be abated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.abatable - capable of being abated
stoppable - capable of being stopped; "if we pick up our pace he may be stoppable"
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2d DCA 2015) ("An 'activity can constitute a judicially abatable nuisance notwithstanding full compliance with either legislative mandate or administrative rule.
In the context of takings law, such a broad understanding of nuisance, if taken literally, invites a straightforward comparison between an abatable nuisance and a building destroyed to create a firebreak, or a petroleum depot destroyed to slow an invading army.
Lease terms match amortization of the 2013 bonds for the portion that each state agency is accountable; the lease with the state historical society extends until the 2013 bonds mature and lease payments are not abatable.
contamination constitutes a permanent or abatable injury to the land
Lucas' improvement of coastal property as an abatable nuisance.
In addition, the IRS's argument that because the withholding liability is abatable it is not a subtitle C tax proves too much.
3401), they were only secondarily liable because such amounts are abatable under Sec.
The Ninth Circuit then considered whether the Railroads might nevertheless be liable under nuisance law as possessors of land with an abatable artificial condition.