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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Under the deed of transfer, if the one-half interest were determined by the IRS to have a value for federal gift tax purposes in excess of $10,000, B's fractional interest would be reduced by effectively reconveying a fractional share back to A so that the value of the gift equaled $10,000.
191) The administrative costs around condemnation are high, and local governments will not be able to recapture those costs simply by reconveying condemned property at fair market value.
The complaints allege that Fidelity charged as much as $140 for reconveying each prior loan, and over the past five years has engaged in this process across hundreds of thousands of transactions, 'reaping ill-gotten gains in excess of tens of millions of dollars.
If the access rights were purchased with public funds, a market value appraisal may be necessary to compensate the public for reconveying to the adjacent property owner rights that the public previously purchased.
People can form contracts that specifically forbid their trading partners from reconveying information.
The Coldiron suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court in June 1994, said BankAmerica and Great Western charged as much as $65 in fees for reconveying titles to borrowers but failed to perform this service in the time mandated by state laws, the suit said.
1994) Consistent with the Mining Act of 1872's creation of access for mineral exploration and purchase is the jurisdictional authority Congress has given to the Department of Agriculture under the Organic Act to administer public land laws "excepting such laws as affect the surveying, prospecting, locating, appropriating, entering, relinquishing, reconveying, certifying or patenting of any such lands.
This volume is down from a relatively hectic year in 1994, when turnover was slightly higher in large part due to financial institutions reconveying foreclosed buildings.
If the flood zone designation is not removed, Adevco has the option of paying the note or reconveying the excess land to Key Tronic.
The pessimists suggest that the lowness of the cost of reconveying information causes markets to "fail.
12, 1997, the Court certified as a class action a lawsuit against Great Western concerning Great Western's conduct in reconveying deeds of trust after the underlying residential mortgage loans had been paid off.