1. law A provision ordered to be made by way of periodical payments or a lump sum, as after a divorce for a spouse.
2. law A tort committed when a third party who does not have a bona fide interest in a lawsuit provides help or acquires an interest to a litigant's lawsuit.
3. Actions performed to keep some machine or system functioning or in service
4. Means of support or livelihood.
5. The work of keeping something in proper condition; upkeep.
6. Law The wrongful aiding of another in the pursuit or defense of a lawsuit, especially in jurisdictions where nonparties are legally prohibited to provide financial assistance.
7. Provision of support or livelihood.
8. The act of maintaining or the state of being maintained.
9. Those actions required for the care of machinery, a building, etc., to keep it clean and in proper functioning condition, and to prevent or forestall damage due to normal use.
10. That which maintains or supports; means of sustenance; supply of necessaries and conveniences.
11. Payments, such as child support or alimony, to a dependent child not living with one or to a divorced wife.
12. See under Cap.
13. The act of maintaining; sustenance; support; defense; vindication.
14. (Crim. Law) An officious or unlawful intermeddling in a cause depending between others, by assisting either party with money or means to carry it on. See Champerty.
15. activity involved in maintaining something in good working order
16. court-ordered support paid by one spouse to another after they are separated
17. the unauthorized interference in a legal action by a person having no interest in it (as by helping one party with money or otherwise to continue the action) so as to obstruct justice or promote unnecessary litigation or unsettle the peace of the community
18. means of maintenance of a family or group
19. the act of sustaining life by food or providing a means of subsistence
20. In a more general sense, an interfering with the due course of justice.
21. An officious intermeddling in a suit in which the meddler has no interest, by assisting either party with means to prosecute or defend it. This is a punishable offense at common law.
22. In law
23. Formerly, a like intermeddling with the controversy of others, as to land, by wrongfully taking or holding possession in aid of one party.
24. That which maintains or supports; means of livelihood.
25. Synonyms Justification, preservation.—2. Subsistence, Livelihood, etc. See living.
26. Bearing; behavior.
27. The act of maintaining, keeping up, supporting, or upholding; preservation; sustentation; vindication: as, the maintenance of a family; the maintenance of right.
1. And under Grand Central Station there's a whole maze of maintenance sheds and storage rooms.
2. ‘Elitism, on the contrary, is the denigration of art and its consequent maintenance as the preserve of an affluent and educated minority.’
3. ‘Besides, there are other issues such as planning, execution, maintenance and preservation of greenery in Chennai.’
4. ‘People must know that they all can have a say in the preservation and maintenance of this way of life.’
5. ‘Its goals are chiefly maintenance and preservation of Aboriginal cultures for future generations.’
6. ‘You are practical and nurturing in chaotic situations where order and maintenance is needed.’
7. ‘This maintenance was preserved during the 10 minute BR-training.’
8. ‘I imagine that in the field of self preservation, or maintenance, I am Everyman.’
9. ‘Experts say that the situation would not turn so critical every summer if proper maintenance is carried out and the distribution system is kept in good shape.’
10. ‘It still belongs to the landowner, who will continue to pay for its upkeep maintenance and conservation.’
11. ‘Our graphs will therefore be of acquisition, maintenance, and related conditions.’
12. ‘The front walls were also painted and grass maintenance continues to be carried out every two weeks.’
13. ‘Swindon Council contractors carry out general maintenance, including the grass-cutting, but volunteers do everything else.’
14. ‘Conditions for the selective maintenance of stable polymorphisms by antagonistic pleiotropy are quite restrictive.’
15. ‘Chronic conditions may need ongoing maintenance.’
16. ‘But there are no guarantees for any of the sacked workers on pensions, re-employment or maintenance of wages and conditions of work.’
17. ‘This increase in system maintenance quickly created stock-out conditions in the supply system.’
18. ‘And why it exists at all, how it exists, the conditions for its maintenance, are very interesting problems.’
19. ‘Performing maintenance under such trying conditions was also a challenge.’
20. ‘The main emphasis of this section of the competition will be a high level of maintenance and a secondary aim would be to encourage the preservation of traditional features.’
21. ‘The crucial role played by rhetoric and the aesthetic in the making, maintenance, and continuation of law has been investigated in recent years by Peter Goodrich.’
22. ‘The appeal was launched 18 months ago and aims to fund essential maintenance work and the development of the Cathedral.’
23. ‘I believe that the ‘well meaning’ owner Mr Talbot has said it is for the purposes of ‘essential maintenance work’.’
24. ‘Bradford Council's head of highways John Blackburn, apologised for any inconvenience during the essential maintenance work.’
25. ‘The scheme's aim is to have essential maintenance work done in the summer holidays, causing the least disruption to classes.’
26. ‘Menwith Hill's main entrance is currently closed for essential maintenance work and is shut off by concrete blocks and razor wire.’
27. ‘In addition, the existing cathedral hall will be refurbished along with essential maintenance work on the building.’
28. ‘Essential maintenance work has also meant that two rush-hour trains a day are running with fewer carriages.’
29. ‘They will also report back to the council on graffiti, maintenance issues, abandoned cars and fly tipping.’
30. ‘I am pleased to inform Mrs Powell the centre has reopened after some essential maintenance work.’
31. ‘Pemberton pleaded guilty to failing to commence essential maintenance work on the property.’
32. ‘Being a driver's car means that correct maintenance is important, so running one on a shoestring isn't recommended.’
33. ‘The craftsmen at the Carrollton Barn are some of the nation's foremost experts in streetcar preservation and maintenance.’
34. ‘Don't blame road maintenance and this ridiculous situation for lives are at stake.’
35. ‘Included in the investigation will be a look at aircraft maintenance, weather conditions and the possibility of human error.’
36. ‘By following a good care and maintenance programme this situation can be delayed for many years.’
37. ‘Keeping a tree in good condition through proper maintenance can prevent many environmentally related health problems.’
38. ‘As well as the withdrawal of suspensions, the employees want better working conditions and improved vehicle maintenance.’
39. ‘We depend upon the improvement and maintenance of the condition of the land.’
40. ‘If they are to be kept in optimal condition, ongoing maintenance will be required.’
41. ‘Keeping them in good condition with proper maintenance is the key to their success.’
42. ‘An estimated 34% of new entrants benefited from some form of means-tested financial maintenance support.’
43. ‘Try and sort out the financial position: maintenance, pensions, inheritance.’
44. ‘By law he is obliged to, and does, contribute financially to their maintenance.’
45. ‘English maintenance or alimony decrees can be lifelong.’
46. ‘The most likely scenario would then be that the woman would be thrown out the house, left to her meager or nil resources to file claims for maintenance, alimony or custody of her children.’
47. ‘It appears that the rules for alimony and maintenance support are the same as between heterosexual married couples, according to Byrne.’
48. ‘Today the doors of the civil courts are open for us in issues of custody, alimony, maintenance, guardianship and shared property.’
49. ‘However, by doing so she loses the right to maintenance or alimony which a divorced woman can claim legally.’
50. ‘Current wages are also protected, unless a court has ordered you to make payments for child support, alimony or other support or maintenance.’
51. ‘This might happen, for example, where the Court is making provision for the maintenance of a divorced wife or the children, or, with some types of pension, in bankruptcy proceedings.’
52. ‘Then engage a lawyer and decide whether or not you want separate maintenance or a divorce.’
53. ‘She filed a petition for divorce and maintenance which are still pending, while her husband lives in the matrimonial home with his paramour.’
54. ‘In one English case, a husband declared himself bankrupt before his wife's application for maintenance came in.’
55. ‘It is obvious that after the pronouncement of the third divorce also, a husband shall be responsible to provide residence and maintenance to the divorced wife.’
56. ‘The Supreme Court of India had ordered payment of maintenance allowance by the previous husband to his divorced wife for life or till her re-marriage.’
57. ‘A former North Yorkshire man has denied trying to hide £150,000 during court proceedings over his first wife's maintenance.’
58. ‘If the split was acrimonious, her husband could refuse to pay maintenance before the separation agreement.’
59. ‘Spouse and child maintenance, and child custody, were also to be decided on a no-fault basis.’
60. ‘A divorced spouse can apply for maintenance when the marriage is dissolved.’
61. ‘Countries where ex - husbands make generous maintenance payments also have more single mothers.’
62. ‘Despite the fact that I was left to rear the children on my own a court ordered that I pay maintenance to my wife.’
63. ‘In the vast majority of divorces, a wife's entitlement to annual maintenance payments will continue to be assessed on her need.’
64. ‘That is why I referred to barratry and the old common law rules about maintenance and champerty.’
65. ‘Consett Iron, which was a decision before criminal and tortious liability for maintenance and champerty were abolished by the Criminal Law Act 1967.’
66. ‘His actions have a whiff of the old offence of maintenance and champerty, meddling in another's law suit for his own advantage.’
67. ‘It is associated with the torts of champerty and maintenance.’
68. ‘Interestingly, the prohibition against maintenance, including champerty, was a result of Twelfth Century tort reform.’
69. unlike champerty, criminal maintenance does not necessarily involve personal profit
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