Definition of Dilapidations

1. Noun. (plural of dilapidation) ¹



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Definition of Dilapidations

1. dilapidation [n] - See also: dilapidation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dilapidations

dilaceration
dilacerations
dilactone
dilactones
dilambdodont
dilambdodonts
dilaniation
dilantin gingivitis
dilapidate
dilapidated
dilapidatedly
dilapidatedness
dilapidates
dilapidating
dilapidation
dilapidations (current term)
dilapidator
dilatabilities
dilatability
dilatable
dilatably
dilatancies
dilatancy
dilatant
dilatants
dilatate
dilatated
dilatates
dilatating
dilatation

Literary usage of Dilapidations

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1. The Law of Fixtures: In the Principal Relation of Landlord and Tenant, and by Archibald Brown (1881)
"Exchange of livings — liability for dilapidations, where no express agreement. of his predecessor for dilapidations was paid out of equitable assets, ..."

2. A treatise on the law of actions relating to real property by Henry Roscoe (1825)
"Action OH the Case for dilapidations. ANALOGOUS to the action on the case for waste, is the action on the case for dilapidations, which may be maintained by ..."

3. Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various by John Strype (1824)
"570 Sandys, archbishop of York, troubled for dilapidations by the bishop of London. The archbishop's letter to the secretary hereupon. ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on Architectural Jurisprudence: In which the by James Elmes (1827)
"CIVIL dilapidations. § I. — CIVIL dilapidations are of various kinds, which diner according to the nature ot the tenure by which they are held, ..."

5. Ruling Cases by Irving Browne, Leonard Augustus Jones, James Tower Keen, John Melville Gould (1896)
"Ecclesiastical dilapidations. — Deceased Incumbent. — Liability of his Estate. Au incumbent of a living is bound to keep the parsonage-house and [299] ..."

6. A Compendium of the Law of Evidence by Thomas Peake (1822)
"In the Action for dilapidations. Sect. 3. jN t}je action for dilapidations of the parsonage- • house or buildings, brought against the predecessor of the ..."

7. Amos and Ferard on the Law of Fixtures and Other Property Partaking Both of by Andrew Amos, Charles Agace Ferard, Walworth Howland Roberts (1883)
"particular statutes (z); but at the present day, as regards Remedy by parochial clergy, claims in respect of dilapidations fall ..."

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