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Transfer On Death (TOD)

The process of changing title of a security from one name to another upon the death of one of the titleholders.

Tod

A unit of weight equivalent to 28 pounds. It is used in the sale of wool.
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It's not clear whether a TOD deed revocation executed prior to the transferor's death, but not yet recorded at the time of death, is valid.
While these destinations are attractive due to their diverse amenities, the real driving force behind TOD success is that they are built around an effective mass transit solution.
The most commonly accepted definition of TOD is one proposed by Calthorpe:
Adding affordable units in TOD promotes "transit equity" among all individuals, particularly those with the greatest transportation burdens; facilitates greater transit ridership; reduces cross-traffic migration and enlarges the resident pool.
In 1993, Peter Calthorpe, the noted American urban designer and new urbanist, proposed the TOD concept.
Mr Tod, of Aigburth, fought back from a devastating illness to forge a career as a shipping magnate.
Tod was found guilty of driving carelessly and causing the death of his friend on the B920 Scotlandwell to Ballingry road last August.
Jason's grandmother Rena Ness reacted with fury yesterday as Tod, who had never taken a driving test, was given 150 hours' community service, banned from the road for six months and fined pounds 575.
POD and TOD beneficiary designations, like joint tenancy and living trusts, are another tool for avoiding probate of property.
That Tod was completely a man of his time can be seen in the occurrences of the terms "picturesque" and "sublime" in the accounts of his travels in Rajasthan, which appear under the heading "Personal Narrative" in each of the two volumes of his Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan.
With quarter of an hour left Tod slashed at a great chance from six yards - but then wrapped up the points with a header after Mark Campbell's shot was blocked by Chris Townsley.
The TOD redevelopment scenarios increase the local tax base between $366 million and $875 million, compared to the existing zoning scenario increase of $262 million.