Examples of continuance in a Sentence
No changes to the property are allowed during the continuance of the lease.
The lawyer asked the judge for a continuance.
Recent Examples of continuance from the Web
Its continuance as precedent demeans the lives of homosexual persons.
Ellis has not ruled on the Virginia continuance or the change of venue.
Sometimes, continuances are requested because the immigrant in question is also involved in another legal proceeding that’s relevant to the case.
But on Tuesday, a U.S. Magistrate Judge granted a continuance until June 21.
The judge temporarily presiding over a brief hearing on the case Wednesday agreed to a defense request for a continuance and scheduled another status conference for Sept. 26.
His case went through a series of continuances and two judges, but a gag order remained in place from his first hearing Oct. 22, 2014, that prevented those involved from speaking about it publicly.
Ronald Golden, an Athens man accused of buying kittens from Craigslist to torture and kill them, is expected to go to trial this year after multiple continuances.
Prosecutors have recently filed several motions for continuance because experts, lsuch as the doctors who performed the autopsy, are all out of town on vacation.
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CONTINUANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of continuance for English Language Learners
: the act of continuing for a long period of time
: the period of time when something continues
law : a legal decision that a court case will continue at a later date
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