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to change the ownership of (property) by means of a legal document

Synonyms for cede

give over

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relinquish possession or control over

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The Commission therefore sanctioned the licensees application to cede its license without condition.
In the case of exclusive licences, the licensor relinquishes the entitlement to use the rights or techniques ceded to the licensee: the licensor cannot therefore use them or cede them to a third party.
The focus of their discussions was a draft document that demands that the president cede his considerable powers to appoint and fire governments and sign economic decrees, and yield them to the parliament, or Duma, now dominated by the Communist Party-led opposition.
The Contract itself is proof positive that most Republicans still have a long intellectual journey to make before they really cede power to the kitchen tables of America.
The federal government would pay the Hopi Tribe $15 million and cede it roughly half a million acres referred to as the C.
The transaction will help CeDe to continue with the expansion of its geographic presence and product offerings.
Under this model, in the event that General Synod votes against the local option on the matter of same-sex blessings, "the diocesan bishop of New Westminster (Michael Ingham) and metropolitan of British Columbia and Yukon (Archbishop David Crawley) volunteer to temporarily cede jurisdiction" over New Westminster's most strongly dissenting parishes and their clergy to another metropolitan.
Prime Minister-elect Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday issued official policy guidelines confirming that his government does not intend to cede the Golan Heights to Syria or to allow a Palestinian state, but declaring that he is ready for negotiations with the Syrians and the Palestinian Authority.
The lawmakers clearly were not willing to cede to the president their authority over spending on such programs.
Accordingly, the security provided by reinsurers is paramount to the ongoing success and solvency of the primary carriers who cede business to them, and any threat to these reinsurance recoveries would have lasting repercussions on the individuals and businesses the primary companies insure.
Treaty--A reinsurance contract under which the reinsured company agrees to cede and the reinsurer agrees to assume risks of a particular class or classes of business.
For example, with a 10-story office building worth $20 million, a primary carrier may be willing to accept $10 million, then cede the rest to a reinsurer.