ABODE (from " abide," to dwell, properly " to wait for ," to bide) , generally, a dwelling . In
See also:law this
See also:term has a more restricted meaning than domicile, being used to indicate the place of a man's residence or business, whether that be either temporary or permanent . The law may regard for certain purposes, as a man's abode, the place where he carries on business, though he may reside elsewhere ; so that the term has come to have a looser significance than residence, which has been defined as " where a man lives with his
See also:family and sleeps at
See also:night" (R. v . Hammond, 1852, 17 Q.B . 772) . In serving a
See also:notice of
See also:action, a
See also:solicitor's place of business may be given as his abode (Roberts v .
See also:Williams, 1835, 5 L.J.M.C . 23), and in more
See also:recent decisions it has been similarly held that where a notice was required to be served under the Public
See also:Act 1875, either personally or to some inmate of the owner's or occupier's " place of abode, " a place of business was sufficient .
ABO UBAIDA [Ma'mar ibn ul-Muthanna] (728–825)
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