For instance, a 50 per cent sale to the provider giving your heirs first refusal on repurchasing the provider's stake in the house at a fair market price
can be set up if you and the family want that.
The Halifax claims it is offering a fair market price
for the Midshires, and points out that its bid is about pounds 100million higher than the Royal Bank of Scotland had earlier been prepared to pay.
Cricket's bosses in this country were being hamstrung by their enforced inability to negotiate a fair market price
for their primary product.
We believe that certain sporting events are of such great national interest that they should be available to the entire viewing public, with the rights negotiated at a fair market price
Most utilities will sell customers the equipment that is already in place at a fair market price
First, if no open market exists, the taxpayer must use such evidence of a fair market price
at the date or dates nearest the inventory as may be available, such as specific purchases or sales by the taxpayer or others in reasonable volume and made in good faith.
We could buy their home at an independently valued, fair market price
and the move could take just one month.
The organisation, which campaigns for a fair market price
for Third World farmers, scooped the Queen's Award for Enterprise.
The very least these developers could do is offer a fair market price
for the properties.
With an approach to purchasing that consists mostly of monthly auctions, it is becoming increasingly more difficult for scrap consumers to attempt to determine a fair market price