abeyant law

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  • abeyant — index dormant, inactive, prospective Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Peerage law — The British Peerage is governed by a body of law that has developed over several centuries. Precedents established by several important cases form most of this body of law. Several of the more significant cases will be addressed below.Peerage… …   Wikipedia

  • prospective — pro·spec·tive /prə spek tiv, prä ˌspek / adj 1: relating to or effective in the future a statute s prospective effect 2: likely to come about: expected to happen prospective inability to perform the contract 3: likely to be or become …   Law dictionary

  • dormant — I adjective abeyant, asleep, at rest, becalmed, deactivated, hibernating, iacere, in abeyance, in suspense, inactive, inert, inoperative, latent, passive, quiescent, quiet, resting, sleeping, slumbering, smoldering, static, still, suspended,… …   Law dictionary

  • inactive — I adjective abeyant, abolished, abrogated, apathetic, canceled, comatose, destroyed, disabled, dormant, idle, ignavus, inanimate, indifferent, indolent, iners, inert, inoperative, insentient, invalid, languid, latent, lazy, lethargic, lethargical …   Law dictionary

  • House of Neville — Armorial of Neville Country Kingdom of England, United Kingdom Titles Duke of Bedford Marquess of Montagu Marquess of Abergavenny Earl of Westmorland …   Wikipedia

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  • Baron Hastings — is a title that has been created three times. The first creation was in the Peerage of England in 1295, and is still extant. The second creation was in the Peerage of England in 1299, and became extinct on the death of the first holder in c. 1314 …   Wikipedia

  • Baron Conyers — The title Baron Conyers was created in the Peerage of England on 17 October 1509 for William Conyers, the son in law of William Neville, 1st Earl of Kent. The abeyance after the death of the 3rd baron was terminated for the 7th Baron Darcy de… …   Wikipedia

  • Baron Audley — The title Baron Audley was first created on 8 January 1313 by writ in the Peerage of England. The eleventh baron was created Earl of Castlehaven. The second earl was attainted of felony and executed, forfeiting the barony, but not the (Irish)… …   Wikipedia

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