abatable


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capable of being abated

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contamination was an abatable, rather than permanent, injury to the
The Ninth Circuit then considered whether the Railroads might nevertheless be liable under nuisance law as possessors of land with an abatable artificial condition.
51) At common law, if the damage is temporary or abatable, the measure of damage is the cost of repair.
The term of the lease extends through the life of the bonds; lease payments are not abatable.
239) See RESTATEMENT (SECOND) OF TORTS [section] 839 (1979) (subjecting a possessor of land of liability when in possession by an abatable artificial condition on such land); see also id [section] 839 cmt.
The term of this lease extends through the life of the bonds, with a maximum term of 20 years; lease payments are not abatable.
Cushman Dam was held not to be reasonably abatable because costs of
The term of the lease extends through the life of the bonds, with a maximum term of 30 years; lease payments are not abatable.
The term of the lease extends through the life of the bonds, with a maximum term of 20 years; lease payments are not abatable.