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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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Oil and gas company Madalena Energy Inc (TSXV:MVN) (OTCQX:MDLNF) on Monday reported the sale of 4,683,611 escrowed common shares in Point Loma Resources Ltd for gross cash proceeds of USD0.8m pursuant to a purchase and sale agreement with an arms-length third party.
This means that an accuser will not know at the time of making an escrowed accusation whether she is the first or the second (and triggering) accusation.
One-fifth of the escrowed funds were to be delivered to the sellers annually; if at any time during the escrow period, they engaged in a competing business, they would forfeit all.
While some private sector objections remain (based on opposition to the very idea of government access to an escrowed key as well as continued concerns over the restrictions on key length), the new proposal represents a major step forward in national encryption policy with potential benefits to businesses, individuals, and the government.
Suspecting that this signal may actually represent encrypted speech, he sends it through an electronic device which establishes that a particular form of coding known as "escrowed" encryption is being used to scramble the conversation.
4 and signed by acting commissioner Joseph D'Agosta, this money must be escrowed even if the overcharge was made by a former owner.
The verification agent verified the mathematical accuracy of computations relating to the adequacy of income from escrowed funds to pay debt service requirements of the refunded bonds.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 30, 2015-Bombardier releases escrowed funds
(83) These requirements may make schools reluctant to implement escrowed reporting systems, but may also increase the potential benefits of such systems to victims.
Upon the release of the escrowed funds the offering proceeds will be used to refinance certain existing indebtedness of Global Crossing, including fees and premiums.
Market ready or off-the-shelf replacements for products that are escrowed are simply not available.
In February 1998, T finds suitable replacement property valued at $1,000,000 and directs that the escrowed funds be used to purchase the property for him.
Capstone implements the Escrowed Encryption Standard (EES) -- also the Clipper standard -- plus public-key cryptographic algorithms for the Digital Signature Standard and for generating and establishing session keys.