In legal terms an abeyance is defined as a situation in which the legitimate owner of a property is not yet known.
An example of abeyance is when a homeowner dies without leaving the house to anyone and his kids start to fight over it.
The definition of abeyance is a temporary stop to something or a pause.
An example of abeyance is when construction has to stop because of rain but is scheduled to resume once it gets sunny again.
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