Meanwhile, a private person aggrieved by a private nuisance may: (a) institute a civil action; or (b) have said nuisance summarily abated
by a public official.
Trainer Willie Mullins said yesterday: 'Gayle Abated
was probably lucky to finish second at Punchestown last time when two horses fell at the second-last, but it was still an improvement on his first run over fences and he'll take his chance on Sunday.
If, however, the Service had abated
the taxpayer's tax liability in the determination notice, presumably, the abatement would have had legal effect.
Despite indications of persisting pressures on employment costs associated with tight labor markets, price inflation has abated
further, primarily as a consequence of large declines in energy prices.
Finally, we recognize that, eventually, those penalties may be abated
(assuming the taxpayer remains persistent).
This equity private placement provides SCC with a strong capital base to enhance climate mitigation projects worldwide via the implementation of best of class technology wherever pollution can be abated
Prior to building demolition, asbestos and other hazardous materials must be abated
Although there has not been another successful attack in New York City since 9/11, Higgins pointed out that the terrorists operate on decades-long time lines and the risk has not abated
She had recently come to the office complaining of a shaky tremor while standing; the tremor abated
The CPA called and wrote the FTB to offer an explanation and ask that the penalty be abated
By doing so, the company has the opportunity to limit prior-year exposure for four years and have penalties abated
To confuse matters, the disease has abated
in recent years, perhaps because Western foods have replaced traditional fare.