reconvey

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re·con·vey

 (rē′kən-vā′)
tr.v. re·con·veyed, re·con·vey·ing, re·con·veys
To convey to a former owner or place.

re′con·vey′ance n.

reconvey

(ˌriːkənˈveɪ)
vb (tr)
rare archaic to convey (something or someone) back again to the original location

reconvey


Past participle: reconveyed
Gerund: reconveying

Imperative
reconvey
reconvey
Present
I reconvey
you reconvey
he/she/it reconveys
we reconvey
you reconvey
they reconvey
Preterite
I reconveyed
you reconveyed
he/she/it reconveyed
we reconveyed
you reconveyed
they reconveyed
Present Continuous
I am reconveying
you are reconveying
he/she/it is reconveying
we are reconveying
you are reconveying
they are reconveying
Present Perfect
I have reconveyed
you have reconveyed
he/she/it has reconveyed
we have reconveyed
you have reconveyed
they have reconveyed
Past Continuous
I was reconveying
you were reconveying
he/she/it was reconveying
we were reconveying
you were reconveying
they were reconveying
Past Perfect
I had reconveyed
you had reconveyed
he/she/it had reconveyed
we had reconveyed
you had reconveyed
they had reconveyed
Future
I will reconvey
you will reconvey
he/she/it will reconvey
we will reconvey
you will reconvey
they will reconvey
Future Perfect
I will have reconveyed
you will have reconveyed
he/she/it will have reconveyed
we will have reconveyed
you will have reconveyed
they will have reconveyed
Future Continuous
I will be reconveying
you will be reconveying
he/she/it will be reconveying
we will be reconveying
you will be reconveying
they will be reconveying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconveying
you have been reconveying
he/she/it has been reconveying
we have been reconveying
you have been reconveying
they have been reconveying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconveying
you will have been reconveying
he/she/it will have been reconveying
we will have been reconveying
you will have been reconveying
they will have been reconveying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconveying
you had been reconveying
he/she/it had been reconveying
we had been reconveying
you had been reconveying
they had been reconveying
Conditional
I would reconvey
you would reconvey
he/she/it would reconvey
we would reconvey
you would reconvey
they would reconvey
Past Conditional
I would have reconveyed
you would have reconveyed
he/she/it would have reconveyed
we would have reconveyed
you would have reconveyed
they would have reconveyed
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References in periodicals archive ?
2-05(A) provides that such property shall be reconveyed by the Commonwealth to such owner upon repayment of the original purchase price, without interest.
The land was reconveyed to the Armed Forces of the Philippines -RSBS with Bradco acting as the vendor.
A solution proposed to HUD over the past several years is the reimplementation of pre-conveyance joint inspections prior to conveyance to reduce the number of properties being reconveyed.
For instance, Congress reconveyed the power to take property.
112) In a title-theory state, a mortgage (or deed of trust) is seen as a sale and repurchase arrangement: title to the land is presently conveyed to the mortgagee or deed-of-trust trustee and is then reconveyed to the mortgagor upon satisfaction of the debt or sold upon default.
Lockett (70) The defendant seller in Gassner conveyed a parcel of real property to the plaintiff (who did not record the sale) and later reconveyed the same parcel to a second buyer (who did record) for a higher price.
When the house reconveyed, it was adjourned till 2 pm as the BJP continued with their protest against Chidambaram and Congress MPs demanded action against the Madhya Pradesh government headed by Shivraj Singh Chouhan over alleged corruption.
11 In other words, if by some chance the acquirer reconveyed its units to the original developer, the original developer could not regain control of the condominium association.
9) Herder, who endorsed the civilizing effects of trade and commerce in a peaceful world, described the Crusades as "nothing more than a mad enterprise, which cost Europe some millions of men; and reconveyed to it in the survivors, for the most part, a loose, dating, debauched, and ignorant rabble.
If police power was used, that is, no public funds were used to acquire the access rights, then those rights logically might be reconveyed at no cost to the adjacent property owner.
Opponents of admission pointed out that, if the Adams-Onis Treaty was not valid, then Florida should be reconveyed to Spain.
In 1702, however, the Proprietors reconveyed the power to govern to Queen Anne.