Definition of SUSPENSION OF A RIGHT.


SUSPENSION OF A RIGHT.

The act by which a party is deprived of
the exercise of his right, for a time.


2. When a right is suspended by operation of law, the right is revived
the moment the bar is removed; but when the right is suspended by the act of
the party, it is gone forever. See 1 Roll. Ab. tit. Extinguishment, L, M.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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