Abatement of a nuisance definition

Abatement of a nuisance means the act of removing, repairing, or taking other steps as may be necessary in order to remove a nuisance.

Examples of Abatement of a nuisance in a sentence

  • Abatement of a nuisance motor vehicle violation shall follow the procedures outlined in Sections 10-4 through 10-7 of this Chapter.

  • Abatement of a nuisance by the County will only be initiated if all other remedies to correct the violation have failed.

  • Abatement of a nuisance under this Section shall be pursuant to Section 12.03.

  • Code, § 3491.) Abatement of a nuisance by a court of equity “is accomplished… by means of an injunction proper and suitable to the facts of each case.” (People v.

  • Abatement of a nuisance is a “discretionary decision for the judge after the case has been tried and the jury discharged.” Schneider Nat’l Carriers, Inc.

  • Summary Abatement - Abatement of a nuisance by the County, or by a contractor hired by the County, without obligation to give prior notice of the abatement action to the owner or occupant of the property.

  • Abatement of a nuisance, defined herein, shall be by spraying, removing, burning, or otherwise effectively treating the infected tree or wood to prevent spread of shade tree disease or shade tree pest.

  • Abatement of a nuisance, defined in this article, shall be by spraying, removing, burning, or otherwise effectively treating the infected tree or wood to prevent spread of shade tree disease.

Related to Abatement of a nuisance

  • Abatement means the full or partial exemption from ad valorem taxes of certain real property in a reinvestment zone designated for economic development purposes.

  • noise nuisance means an unwanted sound, in an affected area, which is annoying, troublesome, or disagreeable to a person:

  • Nuisance means any injury, harm, damage, inconvenience or annoyance to any person which is caused in any way whatsoever by the improper handling or management of waste, including but not limited to, the storage, placement, collection, transport or disposal of waste or by littering;

  • Public nuisance means a building that is a menace to the public health, welfare, or safety, or that is structurally unsafe, unsanitary, or not provided with adequate safe egress, or that constitutes a fire hazard, or is otherwise dangerous to human life, or that in relation to the existing use constitutes a hazard to the public health, welfare, or safety by reason of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, obsolescence, or abandonment. “Public nuisance” includes buildings with blighting characteristics as defined by Iowa Code section 403.2.

  • Threat of violence means an unjustified expression of intention to inflict injury or damage that is made by a student and directed to another student.

  • Rent as used in this Section 21 shall be deemed to be and to mean all sums of every nature required to be paid by Tenant pursuant to the terms of this Lease, whether to Landlord or to others. As used in Sections 21(c)(ii)(A) and (B), above, the “worth at the time of award” shall be computed by allowing interest at the Default Rate. As used in Section 21(c)(ii)(C) above, the “worth at the time of award” shall be computed by discounting such amount at the discount rate of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco at the time of award plus 1%.

  • Hazardous Materials Contamination means contamination (whether now existing or hereafter occurring) of the improvements, buildings, facilities, personalty, soil, groundwater, air or other elements on or of the relevant property by Hazardous Materials, or any derivatives thereof, or on or of any other property as a result of Hazardous Materials, or any derivatives thereof, generated on, emanating from or disposed of in connection with the relevant property.

  • In-situ conservation means the conservation of ecosystems and natural habitats and the maintenance and recovery of viable populations of species in their natural surroundings and, in the case of domesticated or cultivated species, in the surroundings where they have developed their distinctive properties.

  • Contamination means the presence of, or Release on, under, from or to the environment of any Hazardous Substance, except the routine storage and use of Hazardous Substances from time to time in the ordinary course of business, in compliance with Environmental Laws and with good commercial practice.

  • Noise means two times the root mean square of ten standard deviations, each calculated from the zero responses measured at a constant frequency which is a multiple of 1,0 Hz during a period of 30 seconds.

  • Wide-area environmental sampling means the collection of environmental samples (e.g., air, water, vegetation, soil, smears) at a set of locations specified by the Agency for the purpose of assisting the Agency to draw conclusions about the absence of undeclared nuclear material or nuclear activities over a wide area.

  • this Tenant Work Letter means the relevant portion of Sections 1 through 6 of this Tenant Work Letter.

  • Premises Partial Damage means damage or destruction to the improvements on the Premises, other than Lessee Owned Alterations and Utility Installations, which can reasonably be repaired in six (6) months or less from the date of the damage or destruction. Lessor shall notify Lessee in writing within thirty (30) days from the date of the damage or destruction as to whether or not the damage is Partial or Total.

  • Landlord Delay means: (i) any actual delay in the completion of the work Tenant is required to perform hereunder which results from any failure of Landlord to act or provide approvals within five (5) business days; or (ii) the actual delay in the Substantial Completion of Landlord's Work due to any failure of Landlord, its agents, employees or contractors to perform the Base Building work or other work required to be provided by Landlord hereunder in compliance with the terms hereof and in compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations or due to any other acts or omissions of Landlord, or its agents, or employees. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, if Tenant has submitted its Final Design Drawings to Landlord in the form required by Section 2.2 above by the date set forth in Paragraph A of the Construction Schedule, the failure of Contractor's design/build contractors to complete their plans by the date set forth in Paragraph B on the Construction Schedule, for any reason other than a Tenant Delay, shall constitute a Landlord Delay for purposes hereof. Tenant shall provide prompt (within 48 hours of becoming aware of any such delay) written notice to Landlord ("Delay Notice") specifying the action or inaction which Tenant contends constitutes a Landlord Delay hereunder. The period of delay, however, shall commence to run on the date of the action or inaction and not on the date of the Delay Notice.

  • Hazardous Material means anything defined as a hazardous waste, hazardous substance, toxic substance, hazardous material, pollutant, or contaminant or similar term under an Environmental Law

  • Severe property damage means substantial physical damage to property, damage to the treatment facilities which would cause them to become inoperable, or substantial and permanent loss of natural resources which can reasonably be expected to occur in the absence of a bypass. Severe property damage does not mean economic loss caused by delays in production.

  • Environmental pollution means the contaminating or rendering unclean or impure the air, land or waters of the state, or making the same injurious to public health, harmful for commer- cial or recreational use, or deleterious to fish, bird, animal or plant life.

  • Premises Building Partial Damage means if the Building of which the Premises are a part is damaged or destroyed to the extent that the cost to repair is less than fifty percent (50%) of the then Replacement Cost of the building.

  • Imminent danger to the health and safety of the public means the existence of any condition or practice, or any violation of a permit or other requirement of this chapter in a surface coal mining and reclamation operation, which condition, practice, or violation could reasonably be expected to cause substantial physical harm to persons outside the permit area before such condition, practice, or violation can be abated. A reasonable expectation of death or serious injury before abatement exists if a rational person, subjected to the same conditions or practices giving rise to the peril, would not expose the person's self to the danger during the time necessary for abatement.

  • Remediation means any response, remedial, removal, or corrective action, any activity to cleanup, detoxify, decontaminate, contain or otherwise remediate any Hazardous Materials, Regulated Substances or USTs, any actions to prevent, cure or mitigate any Release, any action to comply with any Environmental Laws or with any permits issued pursuant thereto, any inspection, investigation, study, monitoring, assessment, audit, sampling and testing, laboratory or other analysis, or any evaluation relating to any Hazardous Materials, Regulated Substances or USTs.

  • Extremely Hazardous Substance has the meaning set forth in Section 302 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986, as amended.

  • Structural damage means a covered building, regardless of the date of its construction, has experienced the following:

  • Tenant Delays means any delay in the completion of the Tenant Improvements resulting from any or all of the following: (a) Tenant's failure to timely perform any of its obligations pursuant to this Work Letter Agreement, including any failure to complete, on or before the due date therefor, any action item which is Tenant's responsibility pursuant to the Work Schedule delivered by Landlord to Tenant pursuant to this Work Letter Agreement; (b) Tenant's changes to Space Plans or Final Plans after Landlord's approval thereof; (c) Tenant's request for materials, finishes, or installations which are not readily available or which are incompatible with the Standards; (d) any delay of Tenant in making payment to Landlord for Tenant's share of the Work Cost; or (e) any other act or failure to act by Tenant, Tenant's employees, agents, architects, independent contractors, consultants and/or any other person performing or required to perform services on behalf of Tenant.

  • Tenant Work All work installed or furnished to the Premises by Tenant in connection with Tenant’s initial occupancy pursuant to Rider 2 and the Workletter.

  • Tenant Delay means any delay in the commencement or completion of the Core and Shell Work or the TI Work that results from or arises out of any of the following: (1) delays or failure of Tenant to deliver items in accordance with the Work Letter attached hereto as Exhibit G; (2) Tenant’s failure to fulfill its obligations as set forth in this Lease or the Work Letter (including any failure to review or approve or disapprove any items in accordance with the Work Letter); (3) delays caused by Tenant Change Order Requests (as defined in the Work Letter) or TI Tenant Change Order Requests (as defined in the Work Letter); (4) unavailability of materials, components or finishes for Core and Shell Work or the Tenant Improvements that differ from Landlord’s standard work or that have an unusually long lead-time for delivery; (5) a willful or negligent act or omission of Tenant or Tenant’s Agents that interferes with the progress of the work; (6) failure of Landlord and Tenant to agree (for any reason, provided Landlord acts in good faith and diligently to work with Tenant with respect to the Budget) on a mutually agreeable Budget within ten (10) calendar days after Landlord delivers a draft Budget to Tenant or any request by Tenant that the scope of the Tenant Improvements be modified in connection with the Budget; or (7) delays caused by any revision to the Budget or TI Tenant Change Order Request. Landlord shall endeavor in good faith to provide Tenant with at least thirty (30) days prior written notice of the date when Landlord believes the Term Commencement Date will occur.

  • Serious injury or illness means: 1) in the case of a member of the Armed forces, including a member of the National Guard or reserves, means an injury or illness that a covered servicemember incurred in the line of duty on active duty in the Armed Forces (or existed before the beginning of the member’s active duty and was aggravated by the service in the line of duty on active duty in the Armed Forces) and that may render the servicemember medically unfit to perform the duties of the member’s office, grade, rank, or rating; or