ABA definition

ABA means an accepted breach agreement entered into between the Cost Cap Administration and the relevant F1 Team, as set out in Article 6.28.
ABA means the Real Estate Services Section of Arkansas Building Authority. By law ABA is the leasing agency for LESSEE. Arkansas Code Annotated §22-2-114. ABA is not an additional LESSEE and therefore shall not owe any rent.

Examples of ABA in a sentence

Analogous UNHCR and ABA Standards on DetentionStandards and guidelines released by the American Bar Association (ABA) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) over the last three years offer substantial support for a transformed immigrant detention system.

For example, the ABA provides a series of standards on access to religious services.

The ABA standards on criminal pre-trial release add community, victim and witness protection to the criteria governing release determinations.

The Misuse of Detention, Abusive Conditions and the Persistent Mistreatment of Vulnerable PopulationsThe ABA has called for better treatment not just of immigrant detainees, but of criminal defendants awaiting trial as well.

As the Leadership Conference for Civil Rights (LCCR) and ABA described in a 2004 report, detention leads to pervasive despair:The combination of physical isolation, substandard conditions at facilities, limited access to lawyers, and the lack of legal information demoralizes many detainees— some, even to the point that they give up their cases and agree to be deported rather than continue to be imprisoned.


More Definitions of ABA

ABA means the American Banking Association. (1)(2) “ACH” or “Automated Clearing House” means a
ABA means Aktiebolaget Aerotransport, a Swedish corporation;
ABA means a three-part compositional form in which the second section contrasts with the first section. The third section is a restatement of the first section.
ABA means the American Bar Association and any successor.
ABA means the American Bar Association and any successor thereto.