co-owner

co-owner

n
a person who is one of the joint owners of something
Translations

co-owner

[ˌkəʊˈəʊnəʳ] Ncopropietario/a m/f

co-owner

nMitbesitzer(in) m(f), → Miteigentümer(in) m(f)
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The one partnership co-owner who responded to this question indicated that a partnership is an efficient means of operation for a husband-and-wife team.
Insurance often is used to provide the funds necessary for a business or co-owner to buy out the disabled, retired or deceased owner's interest.
For example, the site reveals a hidden gem in SoHo where, according to Julie Reiner, co-owner and bar chef at Flatiron Lounge, you have to climb stairs and walk through the kitchen, but the food and cocktails are worth the journey.
NAS was able to step into a difficult situation and forge a strategic path that allowed us to keep our investment," commented Jack Abouchar, a co-owner in Riverwood Place.
If you decided to gift the money and knew your child was going to purchase the property with another person, your child should arrange to enter into a trust deed with the co-owner.
s co-owner and sole handler, who lives with the dog in his Valley Glen home.
Each co-owner must hold title to the property, directly or through a disregarded entity, as a tenant in common under local law.
Liana Frenette, co-owner of TBT Engineering, Private Sector Award, Northwestern Ontario
As thunder and co-owner of Three Keys Music, Johnson is doing just that.
For this rule, a husband and wife are treated as a single person and all persons who acquire interests from a co-owner by inheritance are treated as a single person.
Both our families have been connected to the Los Gatos community for more than two decades," says Bill Murphy, co-owner of Clos LaChance Winery.
This would set out the value which each co-owner would be entitled to when the property is sold after the repayment of the mortgage.