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the moving of persons or goods from one place to another

a making over of legal ownership or title

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M2 EQUITYBITES-June 19, 2019-Raisio reports on conveyance of own shares
This law explicitly stated that it would have retroactive effect, thus any restriction regarding acquisitions, encumbrances, conveyances, transfers or dispositions imposed on agricultural free patents before the effectivity of the act is lifted.
Before the end of the month, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will start apprehending drivers accredited by ride-hailing companies and impound their cars if they continue to operate as public conveyances without franchises.
Physical verification of conveyances can be carried out on specific information of tax evasion.
The State Bureau of Conveyances, one of the divisions of the Dept, of Land and Natural Resources in Hawaii, is now in the second phase of a four-phase project to convert more than 170 years of vital state records into permanent, digital format.
This reimbursement affects the net profits income under the Kansas, Oklahoma and Wyoming conveyances by approximately USD186,000, USD320,000 and USD282,000, respectively.
In addition, residential owners should be aware of an additional 1% tax imposed on conveyances of residential property when the consideration is $1 million or more.
In this study is to focus on the public conveyances to the mosque in the urban context, especially during special events.
MEIS was established in 1999 and provides test witnessing, inspection and certification services for elevators, escalators, moving walks, lifts and other mechanised conveyances.
The SLPC effort will converge functionality found in ICODES and the Automated Air Load Planning System, providing load planning capabilities for all modes and conveyances in a single software application.
The first is a general introduction to the conveyances, along with international symbols used in various practices.
While no one knows exactly how many seniorliving community residents use motorized wheelchairs or scooters, these conveyances are becoming increasingly prevalent in many facilities.
We read of fraudulent conveyances in several sessions, of fines and tenants for life, aliens' lands, corporations' conveyances and so on.