Abator
Abator A*ba"tor ([.a]*b[=a]t"[~e]r), n. (Law) (a) One who abates a nuisance. (b) A person who, without right, enters into a freehold on the death of the last possessor, before the heir or devisee. --Blackstone. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • abator — ABATÓR, abatoare, s.n. Ansamblu alcătuit din clădirile, instalaţiile, terenul etc. unde se taie vitele destinate consumului şi se prelucrează carnea proaspătă. – Din fr. abattoir. Trimis de ana zecheru, 08.10.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  abatór s. n. 1 …   Dicționar Român

  • abator — n. A person who diminishes or eliminates a nuisance. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …   Law dictionary

  • Abator — According to the 1856 edition of Bouvier s Law Dictionary Harv|Bouvier|1856 , an abator is: # he who abates or prostrates a nuisance; # he who having no right of entry, gets possession of the freehold to the prejudiae of an heir or devisee, after …   Wikipedia

  • abator — noun a) One who abates a nuisance. b) A person who, without right, enters into a freehold on the death of the last possessor, before the heir or devisee. See Also: abatement …   Wiktionary

  • abatór — s. n., pl. abatoáre …   Romanian orthography

  • abator — É™beɪtÉ™(r) n. one who abates, one who diminishes, reducer …   English contemporary dictionary

  • abator — aba·tor …   English syllables

  • abator — /abeytar/ In real property law, a stranger who, having no right of entry, contrives to get possession of an estate of freehold, to the prejudice of the heir or devisee, before the latter can enter, after the ancestor s death. In the law of torts …   Black's law dictionary

  • abator — /abeytar/ In real property law, a stranger who, having no right of entry, contrives to get possession of an estate of freehold, to the prejudice of the heir or devisee, before the latter can enter, after the ancestor s death. In the law of torts …   Black's law dictionary

  • abator — An occupier without color of title. A stranger was so called if where a person died seized of an inheritance, and before the heir or devisee entered, the stranger, who had no right, made an entry and got possession of the freehold. See Brown v… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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