escrow

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a written agreement (or property or money) delivered to a third party or put in trust by one party to a contract to be returned after fulfillment of some condition

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Often deals within the digital world, though, rely on speed above all else, and EscrowTech is working to address that need with quick set-up packages that mean you can move forward far faster than you ever have with a software escrow agreement in the past.
Escrow agreements may amount to unprofitable contracts as they result in the disposition of potentially valuable rights.
The escrow agreement may place restrictions or limits on the seller's right to receive the escrowed sales proceeds.
Webcast attendees will also receive sample escrow agreements and a new white paper on verification.
The IDG Research survey reveals how technology escrow agreements and verification services can safeguard investments against contract breaches, discontinued support and vendor bankruptcy, all of which pose even greater risks in a difficult economic climate.
Pursuant to the series E and F escrow agreement, the city has reserved the right to redeem in advance of maturity refunded bonds in addition to those currently scheduled for early redemption.
02 per common and special share, payable on April 3, 2006, or as otherwise provided under the terms of any applicable escrow agreements, to shareholders of record on March 20, 2006.
These shares are currently held pursuant to escrow agreements which provides that they will be released from escrow in equal annual installments over the next three years.
As a result of the graduation to Tier 1, common shares held by Richview's Principals and previously deposited in escrow under escrow agreements will be governed by the release provisions of a Tier 1 Value Escrow.
The County has executed escrow agreements with National City Bank to safeguard the interests of the Note holders and guarantee payment.