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Bona Fide Purchaser

The purchaser of a property who does not know the seller lacks the right to sell it. The bona fide purchaser, because he is unaware of competing claims to the property, is usually considered the proper owner. However, most of the time the owner with the true claim to the property may sue the seller. In any case, the bona fide purchaser is held harmless in the transaction.

BFP

See bona fide purchaser.
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He also said that the BFP will continue to conduct fire prevention and firefighting training 'upon request' of public and private institutions.
In this study, males had a net decrease of 5% in the mean BFP between the ages 10-15 years and females a net increase of 64.
The exposure of BFP through periosteal incision brings into view the syssarcosis in a thin fascial envelope.
Bringing in this bottom-up refinement early in the BFP was essential as it helped to validate thought processes and built credibility into the staff's recommendations to the commander.
Cells were incubated with BFP for indicated time periods, and then stained with Hoechst 33258 (1 [micro]g/ml) for 10 min.
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BFP supporters have sent hundreds of letters of protest to Abitibi and the Canadian government.
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Andrade also said the province's BFP needs new recruits.