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Sound   Radio Interview - Introduction to Abatements 

This is a Radio Talk Show that is interviewing guest.  We are told what an Abatement is, its history and its use.  

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   Background Studies In Law 

"Background Studies In Law" brings us through the history of law in the United States and why "Plea In Abatements" work.  Be sure to read "Handbook on Plea In Abatements."

 

   Common Law Plea In Abatement 

This is an abbreviated instruction on "Pleas In Abatements."  Use at your own risk.  Recommend you use the "Handbook of Common Law Plea In Abatements" (below)

 

   Christian Law Abatements 

Abatement at law is the overthrow or destruction of a pending action apart from the cause of action; in equity the suspension of the proceedings.  The term 'abatement' is used, with reference to pending actions or suits, to designate the result upon a suit or action, of defects which vitiate the propriety of the suit as brought, in contradistinction to the existence or the statement of a cause of action; it looks to their effect; and consequently it is ordinarily defined descriptively in terms of the effect produced, so that the extending equitable doctrines to all suits or actions is spoken of.

 

   Handbook on Pleas In Abatements 

This is a Handbook giving detailed instructions and samples for you to prepare Christian Law "Pleas In Abatements."  

Abatement at law is the overthrow or destruction of a pending action apart from the cause of action; in equity the suspension of the proceedings.  The term 'abatement' is used, with reference to pending actions or suits, to designate the result upon a suit or action, of defects which vitiate the propriety of the suit as brought, in contradistinction to the existence or the statement of a cause of action; it looks to their effect; and consequently it is ordinarily defined descriptively in terms of the effect produced, so that the extending equitable doctrines to all suits or actions is spoken of.

 

   Piercing the Corporate Veil      

There is a another form of Abatement known as "Piercing the Corporate Veil."  The term "Piercing the Corporate Veil" is a legal term which identifies the process where a Court removes the protection provided individual members of a Corporation for criminal activity, and makes these members responsible for their own actions.  It may be a form of Abatement that may be used to keep you out of Court.

 

 

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