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Reversion

reversion

The interest retained by a grantor after transferring some of its interests but not all. A landlord transfers some of its interests when it executes a lease; the right retained is the reversion. Also called a reversionary interest. Contrast with right of reentry.

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The growth was driven mainly by positive rental reversion in the Trust's office portfolio.
reversion rights, the group members were breaching their contracts under English law because they had agreed "that they will not seek to obtain a reversion".
The affected officers have announced to hold sit-in against the reversion of the decision.
The two main forms of equity release are reverse mortgage schemes ("loan model") and home reversion schemes ("sale model") (see, e.
Es dificil predecir cual tecnica se requerira antes de la reversion de la vasectomia.
Two separate analyses were undertaken: the first on the incidence of metabolic syndrome in participants who did not have the condition at baseline, and secondly, on reversion of metabolic syndrome in participants who had the condition at baseline.
6 May 2015 - UK-based residential property owner and manager Grainger plc has agreed terms with an affiliate of the Lone Star Funds for the sale of Grainger's interest in New Sovereign Reversions Ltd.
live in your home for as long as you wish and if you don't sell 100% of your property to the reversion company, then the percentage you own can be You're able to live in your home for as long as you wish and if you don't sell 100% of your property to the reversion company, then the percentage you own can be left as an inheritance.
Going beyond the legend of Hoenn, there's also Primal Reversion, where the Pokemons have reverted and reclaimed their original powers and capabilities, as told in the (http://www.
Reversion is the anaerobic aging of a polysulfidic rubber network which takes place not only at high vulcanizing temperatures and during long vulcanization times, but also in use if the vulcanizate is subject to dynamic stress.
Hay un limbo juridico respecto a algunos aspectos de la reversion de activos, pero hay mucha claridad respecto a que Claro y Movistar tendran que entregar en marzo toda la infraestructura de telefonia celular al Estado", afirma Prieto.
At 160[degrees]C, the compound cures nearly twice as fast, which is highly desirable, but also shows evidence of reversion, which is caused by the breakdown of crosslinks resulting from long-term heat exposure.