Legal definition of abandon
Landlord & Tenant Disputes Legal Terminology

abandon

1
(ə'bændən) The word 'abandon' is often used in situations to physically leave ( to cast away) a thing or a property or somebody you are responsible
Find a legal term by clicking on the first letter of a legal word or phrase:
Book of the Day in our Store
Share it on TwitterFacebook
Writing and Defending Your IME Report: The Comprehensive GuideWriting and Defending Your IME Report: The Comprehensive Guide
by Steven Babitsky, Esq., James J. Mangraviti, Jr., Esq. and J. Mark Melhorn, MD
  • Price: $149.95
from $138.46
View
Problems in Health Care Law: Challenges for the 21st CenturyProblems in Health Care Law: Challenges for the 21st Century
by John E. Steiner Jr.
  • List Price: $155.95
  • Price: $148.97
  • You Save: $6.98 (4%)
from $64.69
View
Mark OlandAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Environmental Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
Peter J FlanaganAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Criminal Defense, Labor & Employment Law, Workers Compensation, Military Law & Military Benefits
Geoffrey L RobinsonAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Business Law, Environmental Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation, Military Law & Military Benefits
Arkansas OnlineIn May of last year, Chandra Profit sued the Metropolitan Housing Alliance accusing it of failing to "comply with rules by Federal authorities dealing with the rights and responsibilities of the tenants," reads her suit, filed by attorney David Hodges ... more »
The PressElderly beneficiary must leave her east Auckland home of over 30 years, a court has ruled. more »
New Zealand HeraldA would-be tenant has been told that strict drug, noise and party rules will be imposed on her by the landlord because she's Brazilian. The woman, who did not want to be named for fear it would affect her chances of renting a property in Auckland, has ... more »
It's a free online legal dictionary search engine for definitions of legal terminology and legal words, legal abbreviations, and legal jargon you may meet when reading legal acts, law books, documents, legal forms and other legal content