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n. 1) the removal of a problem which is against public or private policy, or endangers others, including nuisances such as weeds that might catch fire on an otherwise empty lot; 2) an equal reduction [..]
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n. 1) the removal of a problem which is against public or private...
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A diminution, decrease or easing. In medicine there may be abatement of pain or any other symptom or sign. In the environment there may abatement in the degree of pollution. See also: Abate.
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Réduction
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The act or process of diminishing the presence of a pollutant (e.g., asbestos or lead) in either degree or intensity.
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"act or state of being decreased or mitigated" in some way, mid-14c., from Old French abatement "overthrowing; reduction," from abatre "strike down; reduce" (see abate). [..]
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Derived from Latin battere, "abatement" a common legal term meaning "the beating down, removal, or diminishment" of something.  For example, lead abatement refers to finding and removing lead paint.  Abatement usually refers to "Rent Abatement", the incentive offered by a landlord, including f [..]
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The lessening or reduction of an atmospheric state that is considered detrimental to humans, animals, plants, or structures. In air pollution meteorology, refers to a reduction in peak intensity, dura [..]
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decrese, softening, weakening, lessening
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  reduction, diminution.
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Definition A reduction in or reprieve from a tax, debt or any other payment obligation. An abatement is sometimes included in a contract, for example abatement of rent in the event that a building is [..]
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1 : the act or process of abating or the state of being abated [challenged the of her bequest] [ of a private nuisance by self-help "W. L. Prosser and W. P. Keeton"] 2 : an amount abated : . [..]
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A discount allowed for damage or overcharge in the payment of a bill.
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 Involves either removal of the painted surface, covering the painted surface with an impermeable surface, or covering surface with heavy-duty coating (encapsulant).
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(1) The act or process of reducing the intensity of pollution.(2) The use of some method of abating pollution.
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Related to signage, it is the removal or correction of a sign that violates local community code or standards.
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lessening; diminution.
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is a reduction in a tax rate or tax liability.
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Abatement generally refers to a lessening or reduction of something. It may refer to the removal of a problem which is contrary to public or private policy, or endangers others. For example, a municip [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) an interruption in the intensity or amount of something(n) the act of abating
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Every EU member state pays contributions to finance the EU. In 1984 Margaret Thatcher negotiated a special rebate for the UK. It is calculated annually. The reduction is technically called the abate [..]
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  A reduction or elimination of public health nuisances such as smoke, loud noise etc
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in heraldry, is a mark of dishonour annexed to coat armour, whereby the honour of it is abated.
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A decrease in the acuity of a symptom.
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A discount allowed for damage or overcharge in the payment of abill.
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Reducing the degree or intensity of, or eliminating, pollution.
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Measures and activities undertaken by Ministry of the Environment (MOE) staff to bring about compliance or lessen the degree of violation, usually focused directly on the prevention, reduction and elimination of pollution. Also refers to a branch of MOE.
Source: ecoissues.ca

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is the reduction or elimination of the degree or intensity of emissions i.e. pollution.
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Reduction in Emissions.
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The reduction in degree or intensity of pollution.
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Reducing the degree of intensity of , or eliminating, pollution. (Source: US EPA)
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A discount allowed for damage or overcharge in the payment of a bill.
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An official reduction or invalidation of an assessed valuation after the initial assessment for ad valorem taxation has been completed.
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An official reduction or invalidation of an assessed valuation after the initial assessment for ad valorem taxation has been completed.
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The removal or elimination of a problem, nuisance, or other disturbance especially of public health or safety significance.
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Putting an end to an undesirable or unlawful condition affecting the wastewater collection system. A property owner found to have inflow sources connected to the collection system may be issued a noti [..]
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diminution
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The reduction or elimination of pollution.
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To lower, depreciate, or reduce. Often refers to emission reductions in air quality control. [Survey of Current Business; v74; 36-49; 1994.] [Journal of Environmental Economics and Management; v27; 38 [..]
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A common law doctrine when assets of the deceased are less than the debts to the creditors and those debts must be paid first
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Traditionally applies to tax levies, special assessments and service charges. Abatements represent the complete if not partial cancellation of a levy enforced by a government unit.
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(1) The act or process of reducing the intensity of pollution.(2) The use of some method of abating pollution.   
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Reduction in the degree or intensity of emissions or other pollutants
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The act of abating, or the state of being abated; a lessening, diminution, or reduction; a moderation; removal or putting an end to; the suppression of.fro|abatre||to abate + fro|-ment.
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The process that allows developers to claim a credit for CIL which has already been paid when a subsequent planning permission is granted on the land.
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An official reduction or invalidation of an assessed valuation after the initial assessment for ad valorem taxation has been completed. 
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A self help remedy allowing a dominant tenement owner to enforce an easement (8.6). Absolute interest
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Refers to reducing the degree or intensity of greenhouse-gas emissions. (Source: UNFCCC) Simple definition: Reducing the degree or intensity of greenhouse gas emissions. See Also: Mitigation
Source: pacificclimatechange.net

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A reduction or elimination of a real or personal property tax, motor vehicle excise, a fee, charge, or special assessment imposed by a governmental unit. Granted only on the application of the person seeking the abatement and only by the commitment of the governmental unit.
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Clause:
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A reduction or decrease; usually applies to the forgiveness of rent or a decrease of assessed valuation of ad valorem taxes after the assessment and levy.
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The process of reducing or minimizing public health dangers and nuisances, usually supported by regulation or legislation, e.g., noise abatement, smoke abatement.
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