co-ownership

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co-ownership

n
the fact or state of being one of the joint owners of something
Translations

co-ownership

[ˌkəʊˈəʊnəʃɪp] Ncopropiedad f

co-ownership

nMitbesitz m

co-ownership

[ˌkəʊˈəʊnəʃɪp] ncomproprietà f inv
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The new general manager of the Schaumburg Boomers spoke Monday to the two governments that co-own the baseball team's stadium about his differing opinion on some potential upgrades to the facility that were recommended by a consulting firm last year.
BONNIE CLEMENT AND Helen Thorgalsen, a lesbian couple who have been together for 12 years and co-own a general store in Kennebuck, Maine, became friends, over the years, with the 41st president, George H.W.
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And it's been so successful that she and her boyfriend Tom Crane, who co-own the bar with Mahiki founder Piers Adam, are looking to expand their business portfolio and add another place to their empire.
So-called CoCo companies - where staff co-own the company - create an effect where staff feel committed to the business and are willing to 'go the extra mile' because their views count, according to the research.
Also, as a couture fashion designer for men's and women's clothing, I co-own two high-end fashion boutiques (Lordz Fashion House[R] and Lordz Soles[R]) in Connecticut, and am in the process of opening a third store in Los Angeles.
The partners will co-own rights to the new compounds, but OTS will be in charge of commercializing them.
Taxpayers that co-own real property often lease the property and share in the rents, as well as the costs and expenses of maintaining the property.
The two co-own the building and today there is just one congregation, with alternating Lutheran and Anglican liturgies.
Dubai: Legendary former India cricketer Suni Gavaskar will co-own the Singapore franchise in the upcoming inaugural International Premier Tennis League (ITPL).
Tendulkar, who retired last year as the world's leading batsman in both Test and one-day cricket, has joined hands with Hyderabad-based investor Prasad Potluri to co-own the Kochi city franchise.