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1. The recipient of a gift.

2. The beneficiary of a trust. A grantor places assets in the trust on behalf of the grantee and allows a trustee to administer them for a certain period of time.
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A person who receives the title of real estate via a deed.
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A common issue plaguing estate planning attorneys and title attorneys is the "pocket deed" (a nondelivered deed), which is a deed executed by a titleholder during his or her life, where the grantor instructs the deed to be delivered to the grantee upon the titleholder's death or some other condition.
Meanwhile, Aklan State University president Danilo Abayon noted that the school has already "organized and oriented grantees" under the TES Grantees Organization "will release the stipends right after the Christmas break.
Four other previous grantees selected for screening in official sections at Cannes this year are Divines (Directors' Fortnight), Apprentice
To understand the diversity of STLT programmatic efforts, CDC used the 10 EEPHS and EnvPHPS to align first-year outcomes from the 11 grantees by each of the 10 EEPHS (Table 2).
This paper details obstacles encountered, lessons learned, and both successful and unsuccessful strategies adopted by grantees as they aimed to improve the clinical content and race/ethnicity/language data in their states' hospital-based, encounter-level databases.
Twenty art works will be auctioned at Leon Gallery, including paintings by wellknown names like Phyllis Zaballero, Manny Garibay, Elmer Borlongan and Charlie Co, along with works by ACC grantees Don Salimabay, Sam Penaso and Ambie Abano.
The Foundation continues to advise its grantees of impending cuts, as it has done consistently in recent years.
willingness to take money away from state and local grantees. (19)
The relationship between some foundations and their grantees continues to have traditional elements.