Tontine


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Tontine

Describing any investment jointly held by two or more persons in which, when one investor dies, his/her share is reapportioned among the surviving investors. For example, if there are three persons who own a tontine company equally, and one of them dies, the surviving partners then divide the company 50-50. See also: Last survivor annuity.
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The Woodstock Tontine explores themes of reconnecting with old friends, the humor revealed in the friendships of women, and how time's passing changes the lens through which we view life.
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contributions but make high annual dividend payments to the tontine,
The Tontine, on the A19 in Teesside between Stokesley and Northallerton, has been a part of the North-East dining scene for many years.
Day now became a regular rider of the Grafton horses and he was aboard when Turquoise, a half-sister to Tontine, and Oxygen - a daughter of Whizgig - notched the last two Classic triumphs for the scarlet livery in the Oaks of 1828 and 1831 respectively.
Morphet also gave an explanation that using innovative thinking achieve a 1000 percent increase in pillow sales last year when her company Pacific Brands launched its Tontine date-stamped pillows.
Broadwind sold 10,000,000 common shares, while Tontine Capital Partners LP and some of its affiliated funds together provided 6,125,000 shares.
Tontine health insurance would pay a cash bonus to those who turn out to be right in their belief that they did not really "need" insurance after all.
The Highways Agency will resurface both carriageways and replace the central reservation from the motorway's interchange with the M6 to a point just west of Tontine Road.
WITH TONTINE INSURANCE, all early form of life insurance, time truly meant money.