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Conveyance

A written document transferring property from one owner to the next. Most often, conveyance is applied to real estate; that is, when one sells his/her house, he/she conveys the deed to the next owner. Conveyance may also apply, however, to the transfer of bulk commodities. Depending on local law and practice, all parties involved in a conveyance (or their attorneys) must be present and literally trade documents to effect the change in ownership.

conveyance

a document which transfers the legal ownership of land and buildings from one person/business to another person/ business.

conveyance

a document that transfers the legal ownership of land and buildings from one person/business to another person/ business. See MORTGAGE.
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And have a conveyance at the road-end of the lane as near an hour hence as you possibly can?
Her mother, frightened and helpless in the depths of the conveyance, entreated: "Oh, don't let him, Winnie.
MEIS was established in 1999 and provides test witnessing, inspection and certification services for elevators, escalators, moving walks, lifts and other mechanized conveyances.
Motorized conveyances must, at all times, yield to pedestrians and appropriately to other conveyances, similar to the rules that apply when driving a car.
The scope of work shall consist of these operations including but not limited to the following: The project will consist of the rehabilitating drainage conveyances which will be subject to the removal of existing soil and replacing with it with a 6 base of a mulch/compost with a matting cover.
Although the motor vehicle exception often has been referred to as the "automobile" exception, this is somewhat of a misnomer because courts have applied this exception in situations involving other types of conveyances.
My guess is we'll be looking at some economic conveyances a year from now,'' said Michael Houlemard, acting executive officer of FORA.
courts and have limitations on the rights of creditors with respect to fraudulent conveyances.
Yet, while the mavens of Wall Street reveled in the glory of this megadeal, that same day a federal court in Illinois issued a decision representing the latest in a series of judicial opinions dealing with a force even greater than the behemoth LBOs - the Bankruptcy Code, particularly its laws on fraudulent conveyances, as applied to LBOs of companies which subsequently become bankrupt.
XTO) has systematically failed to pay amounts due to Hugoton Royalty Trust (the Trust) (NYSE:HGT) in breach of the net overriding royalty conveyances (the conveyances) that form the principal assets of the Trust.
Accordingly, on December 28, 2006, conveyances for both the working interests and overriding royalties were submitted to Big Horn Oil, LLC, the purchaser, for verification and filing, after which the sale proceeds will be distributed.