trust deed

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a written instrument legally conveying property to a trustee often used to secure an obligation such as a mortgage or promissory note

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Scottish Trust Deed also works with IVA, another type of legislative debt solution that helps to lower monthly repayments and write off unaffordable and unsecured debts.
Rather, the proceeds from the winning bid are applied, among other things, to pay the obligation secured by the trust deed, without regard to whether those proceeds are in the form of "credits" derived from the lender's winning bid or cash derived from a third-party's winning bid.
further amended by a second supplementary trust deed dated 26 November
But diocesan communications officer David Hammond Williams said that under the terms of the trust deeds and charity law, the property has to be sold on the open market to the highest bidder.
He said: "A trust deed has been signed by Mr Smith to wind up the estate for the benefit of his creditors.
The alliance results in a "personalized solution that conforms to each individual client workflow and management style," said Sharma, who added that the service is "priced to reflect our efficiency and the size and capacity of our processing partner, Standard Trust Deed.
One of the things he wanted us to invest in was a trust deed, with Borstelmann - $10,000.
A proposal addressing a number of matters arising under the Notes (the "Proposal"), including with respect to various of the covenants set forth in the trust deed dated November 27, 2006, among the Issuer, the Guarantor and the Bank of New York Mellon, as Trustee (the "Trustee") entered into in connection with the issuance of the Notes (as supplemented by supplemental trust deeds dated December 28, 2007, and June 2, 2008, respectively, the "Trust Deed") is described in more detail in the Consent Solicitation Statement dated May 25, 2009 (the "Statement") available from Imcopa and its advisors as provided herein.
A new trust deed for Highbury, agreed with the Charities Commission, allows Chamberlain House, Park Lodge, some homes and land to be sold.
The syndicated acquisition of the Carmona Garden Apartments complements Crawford Park Financial's successful Hard Money Loan / Trust Deed investment business.
If you decided to gift the money and were aware that your child was going to purchase the property with another person from the outset, your child should arrange to enter into a Trust Deed with the co-owner.
Contact established Contact Share by trust deed dated 12 September 2013 to enable employees to acquire ordinary shares in the Company.
Supplemental Trust Deed dated 30 January 1998 and as further
Karachi, September 27, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Punjab Government Tuesday signed a Trust Deed for Punjab Pension Fund PPG with Central Depository Company of Pakistan Limited.
The key areas covered in the DST Regulations are the eligibility requirements for registration; seeking registration and renewal; duties and responsibilities of Debt Securities Trustees; maintenance of records and documents; suspension/cancellation of registration; compliance with the code of conduct; and list of minimum contents of the Trust Deed.