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personalty

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Unless the real estate appraiser has the expertise and experience in valuing the total assets of a casino business (or a background in other properties with the same tangible and intangible personalty components, such as hotels or senior housing), involving a business appraiser is a prudent decision.
Further, had Twin city lifted the stay and taken possession of the realty and the personalty, it would have had to sell same and pay its broker a commission also.
Coventry City fan and media personalty Jon Gaunt wrote: "Terrible news about Sky Blues' legend Nuddy.
Spahl was arrested and charged with arson of a dwelling and burning personalty.
Journal of Personalty and Social Psychology, 42, 116-131.
The remedy of specific performance originated and was principally applied as an equitable means of ensuring that the intended beneficiary of an agreement for the transfer of a specified parcel of realty or a unique piece of personalty received the benefit of their bargain.
Note, supra note 20, at 1327 ("American escheat statutes make no distinction between bona vacantia and escheat and are applicable to realty and personalty alike.
A bailment is defined as "a delivery of personalty for some particular purpose, or on mere deposit, upon a contract express or implied, that after the purpose has been fulfilled it will be redelivered to the person who delivered it, or otherwise dealt with according to that person's directions, or kept until it is reclaimed.
In the miasma of subprime credit products, choosing payday lending is a rational decision because it is easier to understand (especially compared to subprime credit cards), cheaper than alternatives, and does not risk the loss of personalty (pawning) or life and limb (loansharks).
From this foundation Ikenberry provides a skillfully selected palette of essays arranged into sections titled "International Sources of Foreign Policy;" "Capitalism, Class, and Foreign Policy;" "National Values, Democratic Institutions, and Foreign Policy;" "Public Opinion, Policy Legitimacy, and Sectional Conflict;" "Bureaucratic Politics and Organizational Culture;" "Perceptions, Personalty, and Social Psychology;" and, finally, "American Foreign Policy After the Bush Administration.
Other, more progressive sages have come up with other, more progressive explanations, explaining that "lapidot" might suggest the prophetess's fiery personalty.