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 existence of common interest does not prevent a co-owner from applying to the Court to claim his rights when the other co-owners may not show any interest.
Another co-owner we talked to clarified that Almazan was actually the majority owner of Prive, having taken over from its previous owners who went on to set up The Palace Manila (consisting of Valkyrie, Palace Pool Club, etc.
IANS Arjun Kapoor joined the Indian Super League (ISL) bandwagon as co-owner of the FC Pune City franchise.
Actress Priyanka Chopra, who famously played boxing champion MC Mary Kom in a biopic, is likely to join the Super Boxing League (SBL) as the co-owner of the North East franchise, sources have said.
For example, your child could sell, remortgage or share the ownership of the property with a second person and the possible result would be the gifted money would have to be shared in the future by the child with a co-owner when the home was sold.
15%, while non-residential ones (where the owner or co-owner is not registered to reside permanently, or which is not rented out) will be taxed at 0.
If the co-owner who is relocating is happy to retain an interest in the property then you could possibly purchase the interest of the redundant co-owner, but this may simply be delaying the ultimate situation where your remaining co-owner may want out.
Summary: A spokesman for Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks is set to battle hard to maintain control of the club.
co-owner to dominate the world's third-largest online search market.
But Zola was anxious to draw a line under his spat with new co-owner David Sullivan, and while he "appreciated" the gesture, the Italian was adamant there was nothing sinister in it.
commentators: when a co-owner unilaterally resolves an act of copyright
Among those attending the ceremony were, front row, from left: Mike Gonzales, commercial banker at Citizens; Joe Maloy, co-owner of Polaris Direct; Joe Carelli, director of commercial banking, Citizens; Cathy Schmidt, president and CEO of Citizens in New Hampshire; Judith Maloy, co-owner of Polaris Direct; Suzanne and Tom Lampognana, co-owners of Polaris Direct; Sharron McCarthy, publisher of New Hampshire Business Review; and Tim Whitaker, commercial banker at Citizens.