change owners


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Synonyms for change owners

be transferred to another owner

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Restaurants, department stores and supermarkets change names, change owners and go in and out of business.
Finally, in the retail segment of the floral industry, slightly more than 20 percent of businesses change owners or fail each year.
We can expect that the crisis will change the whole structure of the development business in Russia: some companies will leave the market, other will merge or change owners, new companies will appear, etc.
He said: "I have a contract up until January but the club is going to change owners.
2 percent last month on an annualized basis, meaning that 287,600 properties would change owners this year at November's sales pace.
The number of cars on UK roads in total has increased by 22 per cent in just ten years and typically cars change owners every four years reducing to three years for vehicles aged ten years or more.
The number of cars on UK roads in total has increased by 22 per cent in just 10 years and typically cars change owners every four years reducing to three years for vehicles aged 10 years or more.
More Flexible and Dynamic Asset Tracking -- Indus Asset Suite software offers increased ability to track mobile assets and dynamically change owners, operators and maintainers throughout the lifecycle of the asset.
The sales drop means that if the market matched August's pace all year, 319,200 homes would change owners.
7 million homes change owners each year, and depending on geographic location anywhere from 18% to 37% of homes are sold by the owner.
The sales decline means that if the market matched November's pace all year, 450,930 houses would change owners, the fewest since 1998.
Grocery workers whose stores change owners will be temporarily protected from layoffs under a plan approved by the City Council on Wednesday.
The revised ordinance would also give the city authority to impose new restrictions on existing businesses that change owners, change their operations markedly, or are ruled a public nuisance.