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convey

To transfer title to real estate to another.

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8220;With Convey Engage, Ultimate Office Tech is building a solid infrastructure to elevate the knowledge of our agents, giving them easy to access training and information,” said Dan Taggart, President of Ultimate Office Tech.
In 2011 Convey Law set up the Convey Law Free Legal Fee Competition.
Now Convey has been jailed for 16 months after he admitted making off without paying from the hotels.
A fall-out with his flatmate left Convey without a roof over his head and he didn't fancy living rough.
It is true that it's very convenient to simply make a phone call or send a text message, or convey your wishes through social networking sites.
The Matrix Removal System, featuring the Matrix Twister is a comprehensive system designed specifically to pneumatically convey PSA waste matrix and edge trim from a label press or diecutter to a compactor, baler, or dumpster.
The National Park Service responded to the GSA during a public entity screen that they had an approved application from the City of Southport and desired to convey the property to the city for use under parks and recreation.
When conveying a historic preservation conservation easement to Preservation Easement Trust, the donation process can be divided into five steps: submit conservation easement application form; obtain certified historic structure designation; subordinate mortgages; perform real estate appraisal; and convey conservation easement.
One of the most common impressions that professionals want to convey is competence, or credibility.
Actor-turned-playwright Adam Stein certainly knows how to convey one man's deep-rooted dissatisfaction with another.
In other words, you should convey your life-enriching social programs at least as much as you discuss your basic service package.
Opening with an evocative account of the experiences of a French missionary nun in the seventeenth century, Chapter Two sets up the hook's leading theme of human resourcefulness in ferreting out ways to convey letters across an ocean from the New World to the Old.