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Conveyance

A written document transferring property from one owner to the next. Most often, conveyance is applied to real estate; that is, when one sells his/her house, he/she conveys the deed to the next owner. Conveyance may also apply, however, to the transfer of bulk commodities. Depending on local law and practice, all parties involved in a conveyance (or their attorneys) must be present and literally trade documents to effect the change in ownership.

conveyance

a document which transfers the legal ownership of land and buildings from one person/business to another person/ business.

conveyance

a document that transfers the legal ownership of land and buildings from one person/business to another person/ business. See MORTGAGE.
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The meeting was informed about 120km-long conveyance system was being laid as there was no provision of bridges and culverts etc and colonies for personnel.
Murad Ali Shah was also told that the FWO has proposed construction of 650 MGD Conveyance System on current alignment of on-going 260 MGD Conveyance system as one time activity instread of three separate canals in three phases.
The chief minister was also told that the FWO has proposed construction of 650 MGD Conveyance System on current alignment of on-going 260 MGD Conveyance system as one time activity instead of three separate canals in three phases.
Raisio Oyj (HEL:RAIVV), a provider of healthy food and fish feeds, reported on Tuesday that it has assigned a total of 6,721 free shares on 18 June 2019 (other conveyance) as a reward to the chairman and members of the board for their managing duties.
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However, agricultural patent holders are "prohibited from mortgaging or selling their land within five years from the issuance of the patent, and given the right to repurchase the patents within five years from transfer or conveyances." The newly-signed law removes the restriction "to allow the effective utilization of these lands in order to contribute to wealth creation, entrepreneurship, and economic development.
At the time Kagure bought the disputed land in Karen, the land's original documents were still at Habib Bank yet she and Mutaha managed to produce conveyance documents.
PEWA further indicated that "a perusal of MMC's articles of incorporation as well as that of amended articles of incorporation shows that the establishment, operation and maintenance of electric power distribution and conveyance system to end users is not within its power and purposes."
Before the end of the month, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will start apprehending drivers accredited by ride-hailing companies and impound their cars if they continue to operate as public conveyances without franchises.
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LAKKI MARWAT -- The certified teachers association has demanded of the government to stop deduction of conveyance allowance from salaries of teachers during summer vacation.