joint ownership

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joint ownership

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GridLiance, a United States-based independent transmission company, has signed a long-term collaboration with the City of Winfield, Kansas to jointly-own and improve the city's transmission facilities.
EGA is the jointly-owned aluminium conglomerate formed by Mubadala Development Corporation and Investment Corporation of Dubai that combines the businesses of Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) and Emirates Aluminium Company Limited (Emal).
He said, "through events like exhibitions, festivals, and expos Pakistan facilitates an exchange of people, knowledge and ideas that are crucial in achieving our objective of increasing bilateral trade between the UK and Pakistan." Waqar-ullah said that both countries also vowed to strengthen bilateral trade to reach PS2.5 billion by 2015 as part of "a jointly-owned" Pakistan-UK Trade and Investment Roadmap.
Orascom will keep a five-percent stake in the jointly-owned companies.
However, 24.4 percent of franchise businesses were jointly-owned (male/female) compared to 18.2 percent of non-franchise businesses.
This decision makes some progress in allowing courts to form a view about what outcome is fair in any given case based on what the parties intended - but falls well short of giving clarity to cohabiting couples about what happens to jointly-owned or shared property on a relationship breakdown.
Owners associations which will set service charges and manage the common areas of jointly-owned properties, are set to become a standard feature of Dubai's real estate sector with developers such as Emaar Properties leading the way in implementing the law, the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) revealed today.
"In the 5th and 6th five-year development plans (2010-2020), attention to jointly-owned fields will be the top priority of the oil industry and regarded as our red line," he said.
As part of the agreement EXCO and BG Group will also jointly pursue the construction and expansion of gathering systems, pipelines and treating and processing facilities through a new jointly-owned midstream company.
Under the agreement, Orkla will take over Alcoa's 45.45% stake in the jointly-owned aluminium profiles maker Sapa Profiles, while Alcoa takes over Orkla's 50% stake in the jointly-owned aluminium smelting company Elkem Aluminium.