reversionary


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re·ver·sion·ar·y

 (rĭ-vûr′zhə-nĕr′ē) also re·ver·sion·al (-zhə-nəl)
adj. Law
Of or connected with the reversion of an estate.
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Adj.1.reversionary - of or relating to or involving a reversion (especially a legal reversion); "reversionary annuity"; "reversionary interest"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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reversionary

[rɪˈvɜːʃnərɪ] ADJreversionario, reversible
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reversionary

adj
(Jur) → anwartschaftlich
(Biol) → atavistisch (spec)
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References in classic literature ?
Having thus given his parent God speed, young Jerry seated himself on the stool, entered on his reversionary interest in the straw his father had been chewing, and cogitated.
The old instinct of deference and humility was there; the habit of decent self-effacement and knowledge of her "own place." But there mingled with it a certain mild audacity, born of the occasion and of a sense, probably, of Newman's unprecedented approachableness, and, beyond this, a vague indifference to the old proprieties; as if my lady's own woman had at last begun to reflect that, since my lady had taken another person, she had a slight reversionary property in herself.
These money transactions--these speculations in life and death--these silent battles for reversionary spoil--make brothers very loving towards each other in Vanity Fair.
Among her pre-matrimonial transactions with Fledgeby's father, Fledgeby's mother had raised money of him at a great disadvantage on a certain reversionary interest.
and are expected to provide a net income of approximately GBP 2.36m (USD 2.88m) per annum from 27 tenants; equating to a net initial yield of 8.87% and anticipated reversionary yield of 9.54%.
Based on the current estimated market rental value, the XVI Portfolio is estimated to be reversionary by approximately 21%.
"Covent Garden is an iconic central London estate which continues to deliver rental and reversionary growth, demonstrating the resilience of prime central London retail, despite wider political uncertainty," said Ronald Dickerman, Madison's Founder and President.
We expect Grainger's investment in PRS to gradually increase gross debt, despite being partly funded by released capital from the company's portfolio of reversionary assets.
The author covers the taking of Guant<AEa>namo during the Spanish-American War, life on the ground at GTMO a century later, formalizing the Naval Station Agreement, CubaAEs reversionary property interest in Guant<AEa>namo, de jure and de facto sovereignty, and many other related subjects over the course of the bookAEs five chapters.
Alex Eagleton, from Harris Lamb which acted for CBRE Global Investors, said: "As a freehold investment located in a well-established commercial area, the opportunity to purchase Expressway was very well received, particularly due its reversionary rent, eventually going to two rounds of bids with interested parties and exceeding the asking price of PS808,275.