from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Law One who conveys a title or property.
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- n. Someone who transfers his property to another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as transferrer: common in legal use.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (law) someone who conveys a title or property to another
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Another feature of draft: in case of injunction, transferor must take steps to make end user whole.
But it also makes transferability, transferable, transferee and transferor, which have only one r.
These suits, based on the legal theory of fraudulent transfer, allow for the recovery of transfers of funds by companies engaged in frauds where the transferor -- i.e.,
It simply transferred whatever rights the transferor had, good or bad; and was so understood.
Only two deeds marked arm's-length conveyances between non-related parties: one involving a female transferor, and the other, a female purchaser.
Only one female testator/transferor created a life interest with her gift.
In the dot. com failures, what did it take to purchase all or substantially all of the capital stock of the bankrupt transferor?
Moreover, large gratuitous receipts above an administratively feasible exemption amount of, say, $25,000 per year, whether received as an inter vivos receipt or at death of the transferor, should be included in the recipient's tax base.
False entries in books of transferor or transferee.
In the dot.com failures, what did it take to purchase all or substantially all of the capital stock of the bankrupt transferor?
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