property bond


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property bond

n
(Stock Exchange) a bond issued by a life-assurance company, the premiums for which are invested in a property-owning fund
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In a decision issued on Friday, Legazpi Regional Trial Court Branch 10 Judge Maria Theresa Loquillano allowed Baldo to post bail of P6 million in cash or P8 million in surety or property bond for the two counts of murder filed against him.
Kolubah and the rest of the five indicted persons were at the Criminal Court 'A' working to settle the release of the indictees by tendering property bond and also availing human surety on the Court's demand.
Baldo's request to post bail was then granted by the Legazpi City Regional Trial Court Branch 10 amounting to P3 million or a surety or property bond of P4 million early February.
ABERFOYLE Four holiday houses at Tigh MorTrossachs for Holiday Property Bond; Construction of two new access tracks at land south and north-west of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park for Andy Malcolm.
In October 2017, HSBC Asia Credit Research Team published a research report on un-rated major property bond issuers in Hong Kong and in which initiated coverage of Emperor International with an overweight fundamental recommendation based on its quality property investment portfolio and growth in recurrent rental income, reflecting its quality of financial credibility gained professional recognition.
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Hence, Li has to pay around $64 million because she will pay the majority amount of her bail by posting a property bond.
Bail may be given in the form of corporate surety, property bond, cash deposit, or recognizance (Sec.
National campaign group High Speed 2 Action Alliance (HS2AA) is asking the locals to support a property bond scheme in the existing Government compensation consultation.
We're staying at a Holiday Property Bond (HPB) property, another reason for our impromptu break.
Mr Grosvenor said "In the UK, the prime London market continues to show strong activity and a steady rise in values, this all makes for a compelling reason to consider a property bond paying 8% per annum."
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