Abatement definition

Abatement means action by an employer to comply with a cited standard or regulation or to eliminate a recognized hazard identified by OSHA during an inspection.
Abatement means the full or partial exemption from ad valorem taxes of certain real property in a reinvestment zone designated for economic development purposes.
Abatement means any measure or set of measures designed to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards. Abatement includes, but is not limited to:

Examples of Abatement in a sentence

  • Contractor shall operate, conduct, or construct without violating the City’s Noise Abatement Ordinance codified in the SDMC.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, CA Litigating Special Districts and California towns, cities, and counties with a population less than 10,000 are not eligible to receive an allocation of CA Abatement Accounts Funds.

  • The Settlement Fund payments to California,1 pursuant to the Kroger Settlement Agreement, shall be allocated as follows: 15% to the State Fund; 70% to the Abatement Accounts Fund; and 15% to the Subdivision Fund.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, all funds allocated to California from the Settlement Fund shall be combined pursuant to this CA Kroger Allocation Agreement, and 15% of that total shall be allocated to the State of California (the “State of California Allocation”), 70% to the California Abatement Accounts Fund (“CA Abatement Accounts Fund”), and 15% to the California Subdivision Fund (“CA Subdivision Fund”).

  • The Executive Officer shall issue a “notice” that will require the Discharger to pay the Difference to the State Water Pollution Cleanup and Abatement Account within 30 days of the notice issuance date.


More Definitions of Abatement

Abatement means a tax abatement described in Section 59-2-1803.
Abatement means any action the County may take on public or private property and any adjacent property as may be necessary to remove or alleviate a violation; including, but not limited to, demolition, removal, repair, boarding, and securing or replacement of property.
Abatement means the full or partial exemption from ad valorem taxes of certain real property values in a reinvestment or enterprise zone designated by the County for economic development purposes.
Abatement means the full or partial exemption from ad valorem taxes of certain property in a Reinvestment Zone.
Abatement means the full or partial exemption from ad valorem taxes of certain property in a reinvestment zone designated for economic development purposes.
Abatement means the temporary reduction of child support obli- gations of an incarcerated person who is required to pay support.