reconveyance


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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.

reconveyance

(ˌriːkənˈveɪəns)
n
the act or process of reconveying propertythe act or process of conveying something or someone back to their original location
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When Barbie found out what happened to her property, she immediately filed a Complaint for Nullification of the Deed of Absolute Sale, Reconveyance of Title and Damages with Prayer for Temporary Restraining Order and/or Issuance of Writ of Preliminary Injunction.
Defendant Virginia Department of Transportation properly offered reconveyance of acquired property at the price paid for land and improvements, even though it had removed the improvements in the interim, the court held.
com bankruptcy representation Little Rock, Fayetteville; for creditors, Memphis, Nashville, deed-in-lieu, loss mitigation, Knoxville, TN; Jackson, MS eviction, real estate litigation, title insurance, title defense and resolution, real estate closings and reconveyance 12 Gill Ragon Owen PA Entergy, American Electric 425 W.
457 (2000), where a taxpayer was held to have merely engaged in an exchange with himself because, rather than using a third-party exchange facilitator, the taxpayer made an outright purchase of the replacement property (unimproved land) prior to the exchange, then conveyed tide to a third party for the period during which improvements were constructed, followed by the reconveyance of the improved property to the taxpayer to complete an exchange for other property owned by the taxpayer.
457 (2000), where a taxpayer was held to have merely engaged in an exchange with himself because, rather than using a third-party exchange facilitator, the taxpayer made an outright purchase of the replacement property (unimproved land) prior to the exchange, then conveyed title to a third party for the period during which improvements were constructed, followed by the reconveyance of the improved property to the taxpayer to complete an exchange for other property owned by the taxpayer.
Then, on 17 January 2017, the full Deed of Reconveyance releasing the Deed of Trust on the acquired property was recorded and the company is now in full ownership and has no further liability with respect to this acquisition.
He has held senior leadership roles in Corporate Training, Escrow Administration, and Default Management and also served as director of Serrano Reconveyance Company.
She leads investor-facing operations, including overallowable requests, extension requests, reconveyance resolution, and review of new guide-lines and regulations.
The Supreme Court (SC) stopped yesterday the implementation of two Executive Orders (EOs) issued by President Aquino on the privatization, reconveyance to the government, and utilization of the P73.
3) Fee simple and resale of rights and interests, which may be defined as the acquisition of real property in fee simple and the subsequent reconveyance of rights and interests in such property to the former owner or to others, subject to the provisions of section 6304 of this title and to specified covenants, restrictions, conditions or affirmative requirements fixed by the legislative body of the municipality, the qualified organization, or the state agency in its discretion and designed to accomplish the purposes set forth in section 6301 of this title.
Where fiducia cum creditore [sale with a right of redemption] was concerned, the creditor was the titleholder, whereas the debtor retained his interest in reconveyance.
For purposes of this definition, a prepayment penalty would not include, for example, fees imposed for preparing and providing documents in connection with prepayment, such as a loan payoff statement, a reconveyance, or other document releasing the creditor's security interest in the one-to-four family property securing the loan.