Expectancy condition to be undetermined
- short-term cessation or suspension system
- Expectancy; condition to be undetermined.
- Suspension; temporary suppression.
The condition of becoming briefly reserve. Temporary inactivity, cessation, or suspension.
1) letter. as soon as the owner- ship of home is not determined. Examples include subject to real home within the estate of a person who has actually died and there is no apparent party to receive title or there appears to be no legal owner of property, a shipwreck while it is being determined who has the right to salvage the ship as well as its cargo, or a bankrupt person's residential property prior to the personal bankruptcy court has decided what residential property is available to lenders or alleged heirs. 2) legal jargon for "undetermined."
The standing of real estate ownership when no obvious owner occurs and should be determined.
1520s, from Anglo-French abeiance "suspension," in addition "expectation (especially in a lawsuit)," from Old French abeance "aspiration, need," noun of condition of abeer "aspire after, gape" from
defines the appropriate standing of real estate games when legal ownership regarding the residential property is within concern and is becoming determined.
(letter.) Expectancy; problem to be undetermined.
- (letter.) Suspension; short-term suppression.
Statutes were granted in 1476, but the order fell into abeyance at the extinction of the dynasty in 1609.