divided interest

divided interest

An interest in some portion of the bundle of rights in real estate,such as a leasehold interest or a remainder interest. (This does not mean a particular percentage of interest or a cotenancy.)

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Under the purchase program, buyers acquire a divided interest (100 days of use per year) in a specific condominium unit.
Girls will appreciate Finley's independent nature and her divided interest in the lordly Griffin and roguish Jack Dandy.
To facilitate comparison, the authors also divided Interest Expense by Total Debt (Long-term Debt plus Short-term Debt) to proxy Interest Cost.
For example, Novak gives little attention to the ways that regulatory movements divided interest groups.
We represent only the owners, we don't have a divided interest as some of our competitors do, who act as mortgage correspondents and represent both the institution and the borrows in a financing transaction.
A condominium unit denotes a separate ownership and title and allows for formal filing and recording of a divided interest in real estate.
This 'rockstar' treatment can lead to divided interests when it comes to your inspection.
The international coalition targeting the Islamic State's tenuous hold of communities in Syria and Iraq has divided interests that could prolong the war in Syria.
As the joint owner of a number of businesses in the area, including a hairdressers and a pub, Jack's divided interests saw the business fall into disrepair.
This is intended to provide the security needed for evolving a political compromise between the divided interests of the North and the South of the country that led to last year's coup.
Dan, who comes from Sheffield but lives in Gateshead, became aware of his divided interests when he was deciding what to study at university.
Reform politics also foundered on the divided interests of the new middle class.