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n. the act of intentionally and permanently giving up, surrendering, deserting or relinquishing property, premises, a right of way, a ship, contract rights, a spouse and/or children. Abandonment of a [..]
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n. the act of intentionally and permanently giving up, surrenderi...
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Controlling party giving up rights to property voluntarily.
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Any true cessation. An emptiness of a mind that has completely abandoned a delusion or other fault.
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1the act of leaving a person, thing, or place with no intention of returning their childhood abandonment by their mother2the act of giving up an idea or stopping an activity with no intention of retur [..]
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A clause in property insurance policies prohibiting the insured from abandoning damaged property to the insurer for repair or disposal. Arranging for repair or disposal is the insured's resp [..]
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1610s, "action of relinquishing to another," from French abandonnement (Old French abandonement), from abandonner "to give up" (see abandon (v.)). Meaning "a deserting, forsak [..]
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The discontinuance of a marketed product. It is also called product deletion or product elimination. Abandonment may occur at any time from shortly after launch (a new product failure) to many years later. The criterion for this decision is the same as for a new product: net present value of the product's estimated stream of future earnings, b [..]
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Surrendering the insured property to the insurer for repair or disposal after a covered loss event has occurred. Abandonment is not permitted under most property insurance contracts as it is generally [..]
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(1) Abandonment indicates that a company has received approval from the regulator to cease providing a particular service (e.g., to permanently shut down operation of a particular pipeline or facility) under that regulatory agency’s jurisdiction. (2) Abandonment also refers to the process and actions taken by a Company at the end of the useful li [..]
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Network replacement of a connect signal with an on-hook signal (network) prior to receiving a CI (customer installation) answer signal; abandonment is the only way to end an unanswered call attempt. [ [..]
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In the ethical thought of such existentialist writers as Sartre and Heidegger, abandonment is the awareness that there are no external sources of moral authority. No deity, for example, provides us wi [..]
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When an owner gives up all rights to an asset. This term can be used to describe the voluntary non-renewal of a patent or trademark, or the...
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Regulatory authorization for a utility to cease provision of a particular service and/or to shut down a particular facility.
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An electronic commerce term used to describe a visitor on a Web pagewho leaves that page before completing the desired action. Examples of abandonment include exiting before signing up for a newslette [..]
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1 : the act of abandoning property or a right: as a : relinquishment by an inventor of the right to enforce a patent see also dedication b : an author's relinquishment to the public domain of his [..]
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A patent application becomes abandoned for failure to file a complete and proper reply as the condition of the application may require within the time period provided under 37 CFR § 1.134 and § 1.136 unless an Office action indicates otherwise. Abandonment may be either of the invention or of an application. An abandoned application, in accordanc [..]
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A trademark application that has been declared abandoned is "dead" and no longer pending. Abandonment occurs under several circumstances. The most common reason is when the USPTO does not receive a response to an Office Action letter from an applicant within 6 months from the date the Office action letter was mailed. Another insta [..]
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Surrender of a claim or interest in an asset. – Withdrawal with permission, from a forward contract for the acquisition of deliverable securities. – Allowing the option to expire without exercisin [..]
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Abandonment happens when the person with a right or interest in a property gives up their interest. Once property has been "abandoned," it is no longer the property of the estate. This can h [..]
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refers to the purposeful surrender of ownership of an asset.
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A trademark application that is declared abandoned is dead and no longer pending. Abandonment occurs under several circumstances.
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Abandonment in legal terminology may involve different matters and therefore have different meanings. Examples include:
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Property is voluntarily given up by the controlling party.
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(n) the act of giving something up(n) withdrawing support or help despite allegiance or responsibility(n) the voluntary surrender of property (or a right to property) without attempting to reclaim [..]
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The act of refusing delivery of a shipment so badly damaged in transit that it is worthless; OR damage to a vessel that is so severe that it is considered a constructive total loss.
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The relinquishment of interest (public or private) in right of way or activity thereon with no intention to reclaim or use again for highway or railroad purposes.
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Forfeiting the portion of the claim which exceeds the legislated amount of $50,000. Abatement
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As used in property insurance, prohibits the insured from abandoning damaged property to the insurance company for repair or disposal
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As used by railroad companies means to cease operation on a line, or to terminate the line itself. In some instances termination includes the removal of the rails and ties for use in other areas or for sale as scrap.
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Giving up the proprietary rights in insured property to the underwriter in exchange for payment of a constructive total loss.
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In Marine insurance this is the right of an insured to abandon lost or damaged property and still claim full settlement from an insurer subject to certain restrictions.
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Giving up the proprietary rights in insured property to the Underwriter in exchange for payment of a constructive total loss. ACCIDENT
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As used in property insurance, prohibits the insured from abandoning damaged property to the insurance company for repair or disposal
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As used in property insurance, prohibits the insured from abandoning damaged property to the insurance company for repair or disposal
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Deliberate voluntary relinquishment of property or a right, normally because the expense involved in salvaging or recovering the property or right would be greater than its value once recovered or preserved. Also known as Constructive Total Loss.
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Insurance risks which are accepted by an insurer, not necessarily because the underwriter believes that they are a good underwriting proposition, but more to assist or support a broker whose relations [..]
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Relinquishing ownership of lost or damaged property by the insured to the insurance company so that a total loss may be claimed. This is prohibited in most types of property insurance.
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Relinquishment of ownership of property that has been lost or damaged and "abandon" it to the Insurance Company for the purpose of claiming a total loss.
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Abandonment is an e-commerce term that refers to a situation when a visitor accesses a website but terminates any actions by leaving the page. The abandoned activities the Web host desires may include [..]
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A parent's or custodian's act of leaving a child without adequate care, supervision, support or parental contact for an excessive period of time. Also, the desertion of one spouse by the other with the intent to terminate the marriage relationship.
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Permission given to US interstate pipelines by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) allowing for the discontinuation of sales, storage or transportation service along any portion of the pip [..]
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Seen as the voluntary surrender of a property without the naming of a successor. Applicable to owned and leased properties. If left unnamed, the property will revert to individuals who have held a prior interest.
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Termination of a sale or interstate transportation of natural gas. Abandonment of a service that is subject to FERC jurisdiction requires some type of advance determination by the FERC under Section 7 (b) of the NGA that the "present or future public convenience and necessity" requires termination.
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A provision of a FERC certificate of public convenience and necessity that authorizes abandonment on a future condition subsequent or on a date certain.
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Removal of the production facilities on an oil and gas field following the end of production.
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To cease work on a well which is non-productive, to plug off the well with cement plugs and salvage all recoverable equipment. Also used in the context of field abandonment.  
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Converting a drilled well to a condition that can be left indefinitely without further attention and will not damage freshwater supplies, potential petroleum reservoirs or the environment.
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Removal of the production facilities on an oil or gas field following the end of production.
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* Converting a drilled well to a condition that can be left indefinitely without further attention and will not damage freshwater supplies, potential petroleum reservoirs or the environment. After [..]
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In some cases, facilities may be abandoned, such as when pipelines get old and the facilities need upgrading or need to be removed and replaced with a new pipeline. Natural gas pipeline companies must [..]
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application of a cement plug to close a well and welding of a steel plate to the top of the well; the well is then plugged and abandoned
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(wells) Actions taken to ensure permanent isolation of the fluids and pressures of exposed permeable zones within a well from the surface and from lower pressured zones
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The refusal of merchandise by the designated consignee
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Where a dealing has not been proceeded for a period of at least one month the Land Registry can (after notice) treat it as "abandoned" and send documents back to the solicitor, retai [..]
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A halt to the use of a property by the owner without the intention of either transferring the rights to the property or resuming use.
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The act of abandoning, or the state of being abandoned; total desertion; relinquishment.en|nonchalance
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lang=en 1800s=1851 * '''1851''' — . ''''. *: For one, I gave myself up to the abandonment of the time and the place; but while yet all a-rush to encounter the whale, could see naught in that brut [..]
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To give up ownership of an interest (such as an easement) by failure to use the property, along with an interest to abandon (give up interest).
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Controlling party giving up rights to property voluntarily.
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