See also:action by some
See also:matter of fact, such as a defect in
See also:form or the
See also:personal incompetency of the parties suing, pleaded by the
See also:defendant . It did not involve the merits of the cause, but
See also:left the right of action subsisting . In criminal proceedings a plea in abatement was at one
See also:time a
See also:common practice in answer to an
See also:indictment, and was set up for the purpose of defeating the indictment as framed, by alleging misnomer or other misdescription of the defendant . Its effect for this purpose was nullified by the Criminal
See also:Act 1826, which required the
See also:court to amend according to the truth, and the Criminal Procedure Act 1851, which rendered description of the defendant Unnecessary . All pleas in abatement are now abolished (R.S.C .
See also:Order 21, r . 20) . See
See also:PLEADING .
ABATEMENT IN LITIGATION
ABATEMENT OF A NUISANCE
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