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Joint Agent

A person who is authorized to facilitate business between two principals. For example, a joint agent may assist both the buyer and the seller of an asset.
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The raid was conducted by joint agents of the MMDA, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), and the Philippine National Police - HPG.
Rod Perons, of joint agents Cooke & Arkwright, said: "The sale of Deganwy Marina offers a fantastic opportunity for a new owner.
A spokesperson on behalf of the joint agents said: "The portfolio represents an excellent opportunity to acquire high volume businesses with strong food sales in established locations which are fitted to an extremely high standard.
Joint agents Teessidebased Dodds Brown and Knight Frank let the No.
CBRE Liverpool and Worthington Owen are joint agents on No1 Tithebarn.
Bilnger GVA and their joint agents Naylors, acting on behalf of Hellens Group at Larch Court, West Chirton, North Shields, said they have seen a strong level of recent take up of units on the speculatively built industrial and warehouse scheme.
The joint agents will be responsible for marketing 42,000 sq ft of vacant space at Coedcae Lane Industrial Estate in Pontyclun, near Llantrisant.
CBRE has been appointed as joint agents, along with White Commercial, to market the scheme, called Central M40, to potential occupiers.
Tom Parkinson, director at Northern Trust, said: "We are pleased to have appointed Mason Owen as joint agents, alongside our in-house managing agents, Whittle Jones.
THE Carlyle Group has appointed GVA Grimley as the new joint agents for the Colmore Plaza development in Birmingham.
Dominic Tomlinson of joint agents Gerald Eve said: 'We are looking to build on the success of nearby Charnwood Park.'
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