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An individual to whom a transfer or conveyance of property is made.

In a case involving the sale of land, the buyer is commonly known as the grantee.


n. the party who receives title to real property (buyer, recipient, donee) from the seller (grantor) by a document called a grant deed or quit claim deed. (See: grant)


noun acceptor, beneficiary, devisee, donee, recipient, taker
Associated concepts: grantee of power
See also: assignee, bearer, beneficiary, devisee, donee, feoffee, legatee, payee, receiver, recipient, successor, transferee

GRANTEE. He to whom a grant is made.

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We interviewed 37 grantee hospitals in poor counties to discover how low-income location affects hospital financial stability and to explore the role of the transition grant in hospital finances and services.
The board maintained that the condominium statute entitles it to recover the common charges due it from the proceeds of the foreclosure sale and that if there was any deficiency from the sale, then the grantee of the unit would have to pay those past due common charges.
My guess is that not more than five percent of the grantees are in compliance with federal regulations," says Howard Fishman, CME's vice president, who estimates that 25 percent of the community centers "are seriously, blatantly, out of compliance.
This approach has been successful in providing the timely information needed to complete the audit of the prime grantee.
Recommendation: In order to improve key control processes over grant awards and monitoring of grantee program performance and grantee compliance, the President of LSC, and the Vice President for Programs and Compliance should conduct and document a risk-based assessment of the adequacy of internal control of the grant evaluation and award and monitoring process from the point that the Request for Proposal is created through award, and grantee selection.
As part of the monitoring process, one grantee offered that it is important to choose an achievable short-run aim to enhance the possibility of early success and establish a "backbone" for continued activities.
In this case, presumably, each of the grantees could produce an individual library vision statement, but what the report really sought was a collective vision for the future of libraries, and it is not at all clear that the summing of individual vision statements would produce a useful collective vision, nor that these individuals were the correct group to attempt to generate a vision statement that would serve for public libraries across the United States.
No one program model is required for grantees, and the grantee sites vary widely in terms of program components delivered and service delivery approach.
Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BofNY Mellon) (NYSE: BK) is planning to maintain its current list of grantees and said that it has no plans to broaden its number of charitable relationships.
It should take about six hours and cost $196 worth of staff time for each grantee to provide the data.
organization to document that the grantee foreign charity is equivalent to a U.