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Question of the Day (03-Sep-20)

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Abatement in law is the interruption of a legal proceeding upon the pleading by a defendant of a matter that prevents the plaintiff from going forward with the suit at that time or in that form. Pleas in abatement raise such matters as objections to the place, mode, or time of the plaintiff's claim. At one time, abatement of proceedings in equity differed from abatement in law in that the former merely suspended the action, subject to revival when the defect was cured, whereas the latter terminated it, though the plaintiff could start the action anew.
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 1)Abatement in law is the termination of the proceedings until re-initiated by the plaintiff; abatement in equity suspends the proceedings until the defect is cured.
 2)Abatement in law suspends the proceedings until the defect is cured or re-initiated by the plaintiff.
 3)Abatement in law is the cessation of proceeding at the instance of the defendant; abatement in equity suspends the proceedings until the defect is cured.
 4)Abatement in law is the termination of proceeding at the instance of the plaintiff and may be re-initiated by the defendant; abatement in equity suspends the proceedings until the defect is cured.
 5)Abatement is the legal termination of proceeding at the instance of the plaintiff and may be re-initiated by the defendant; abatement in equity suspends the proceedings until the defect is cured.

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