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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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This plan will be the third such iteration and will provide a vision for the city's waterfront for the next decade and beyond.
The CA also sustained the award of P100,000 as moral damages, as well as P100,000 as exemplary damages to Waterfront, which is eying to build the Grand Waterfront Hotel and Casino.
Anders Hallden, the general manager of Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino, has a quick smile and easy-going manner that makes running a humongous hotel seem like the easiest job in the world.
"I could go on but the waterfront and the image of the waterfront is easily recognised across the globe."
"There's no question that the waterfront properties are more desirable, especially by international buyers," said EWM President Ron Shuffield.
"It's tough for someone coming from out of town to narrow down all the waterfront choices, but we have tried to make at least the categorization of the homes easier search", says Brad.
One of the key components of the Bateen Waterfront guidelines is the development of the waterfront promenade.
With recently opened Atlantis on the Palm Jumeirah, the 300-island World islands and the plethora of beach resorts in Dubai, Al Mejren said he expected waterfront developments to help boost tourism's 33 per cent contribution to Dubai's GDP.
Planners have now produced a Barry Waterfront Development Principles document which sets out what the council wants to see at Waterfront 2 and what developers will have to agree to do before any further work can go ahead.
WaterfrontExpo 2008 is expected to emulate the success of last year's event in the Portugese capital Lisbon, which welcomed more than 530 people from 72 waterfront cities including Torontog and Wellington.
Tentative plans call for a "Town Square' concept of waterfront condos, restaurant and retail space, a hotel with conference facilities, artisan gallery space and docking for Great Lakes cruise ships.