Property:Has definition

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Writing; the production of images; descriptive sciences or studies.  +
A name.  +, A name for a type of word.  +
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[F]or a stronger, more compelling reason.  +
[T]he alphabet, or an alphabet book.  +
Property left behind by a tenant on purpose and it appears that the former owner (or tenant) does not intend to come back for the property.  +
A rent or tax abatement is a reduction in the amount of rent or tax due.  +
An abbreviation is a shortened form of a written word or phrase. Abbreviations may be used to save space and time, to avoid repetition of long words and phrases, or simply to conform to conventional usage.  +, Abbreviation is an important aspect of legal citation practice. Often the result of autonomous decisions by writers and publishers, the abbreviation for a particular name or work usually becomes uniform with the passage of time, unless a provision in a style manual overrides it.  +
[Abecedarium] is the name of a list of all the letters constituting an alphabet, coined from the first four letters. Lists of this kind were used for instruction and also as a record to help the memory at a time when the knowledge of writing was not widespread.  +
[R]elating to the alphabet; needing the alphabet, illiterate.  +
An alphabet book; a primer.  +, [A] teacher, or a learner, of the ABC's.  +
La Definición de Conocimiento Abierto aporta precisión al significado del término «abierto» (open) cuando se aplica al conocimiento y promueve un procomún robusto en el que cualquiera puede participar, maximizando su interoperabilidad.  +
Perito en el Derecho que se dedica a defender en juicio los derechos o intereses de los litigantes y también a dar dictamen sobre las cuestiones que se le consulten.  +
Perito en el Derecho que se dedica a defender en juicio los derechos o intereses de los litigantes y también a dar dictamen sobre las cuestiones que se le consulten.  +
To repeal or cancel an old law using another law or constitutional power.  +
The final ending of a marriage. Both parties are legally free to remarry.  +
Summary of the court's final decision. This includes how much money either person owes or any specific orders from the judge. This can be used to create a lien if you file it with the county recorder.  +
[A]n error of judgment by a trial court in making a ruling that is clearly unreasonable, erroneous, or arbitrary and not justified by the facts or the law applicable in the case.  +, An adjudicator's failure to exercise sound, reasonable, and legal decision-making.  +, An appellate court's standard for reviewing a decision that is asserted to be grossly unsound, unreasonable, illegal or unsupported by the evidence.  +
An adjudicator's failure to exercise sound, reasonable, and legal decision-making.  +, An appellate court's standard for reviewing a decision that is asserted to be grossly unsound, unreasonable, illegal or unsupported by the evidence.  +, [A]n error of judgment by a trial court in making a ruling that is clearly unreasonable, erroneous, or arbitrary and not justified by the facts or the law applicable in the case.  +
A provision in a contract or promissory note that if some specified event (like not making payments on time) occurs then the entire amount is due.  +
The ability within a society to use courts and other legal institutions effectively to protect one's rights and pursue claims  +
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