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Reservation

A clause in a deed of real property whereby the grantor, one who transfers property, creates and retains for the grantor some right or interest in the estate granted, such as rent or an Easement ,a right of use over the land of another. A large tract of land that is withdrawn by public authority from sale or settlement and appropriated to specific public uses, such as parks or military posts. A tract of land under the control of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to which an American Indian tribe retains its original title to ownership, or that has been set aside from the public domain for use by a tribe.

Cross-references

Native American Rights.

reservation

n. a provision in a deed which keeps (reserves) to the grantor some right or portion of the property. The language might read: "Sarah Sims reserves to herself an easement of access to lots 6, 7 and 8," or "reserves mineral rights," or "except she reserves lot 5." (See: reserve)

reservation

(Condition), noun condition, exceptio, exception, exemption, limitation, provision, proviso, requisite, restriction, salvo, saving clause, stipulation
Associated concepts: conditional contracts, reservation connained in acceptance, reservation contained in grant, reserration in deed, reservation in insurance policy

reservation

(Engagement), noun booking, promise to set aside, registration, retaining, retention, saving, withholding
Associated concepts: reservation of interest, reservation of life estate, reservation of rights, reservation of title
Foreign phrases: Quod sub certa forma concessum vel reservatum est non trahitur ad valorem vel compensaaionem.That which is granted or reserved under a certain form, cannot be twisted into a valuation or compensation.
See also: adjournment, choice, clause, condition, doubt, indecision, limitation, misgiving, modification, objection, provision, qualification, registration, restriction, retention, salvo, selection

reservation

a right or interest retained by the grantor in property granted, conveyed, leased, etc., to another.

RESERVATION, contracts. That part of a deed or other instrument which reserves a thing not in esse at the time of the grant, but newly created. 2 Hill. Ab. 359; 3 Pick. R. 272; It differs from an exception. (q.v.) See 4 Vern. 622; Brayt. R. 230; 9 John. R. 73; 20 John, R. 87; 3 Ridg. P. C. 402; Co. Litt. 43 a; 2 Tho Co. Litt. 412

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A computerized voice will request availability based on the information filled out in the form, which prompts the reservationist to accept or decline the reservation by pressing numbers on the telephone keypad.
Marlins outfielder Andre Dawson, who pays child support to a Delta Air Lines reservationist for their 7-year-old daughter, is now being sued for child support by a USAir flight attendant for their 6-year-old son.
OpenTable restaurants will enjoy increased business from hotels, while concierges reap the benefits of instant online access to table availability at local restaurants as well as any other OpenTable restaurants across the country, even when a reservationist is not available.
Calls can be recorded for quality control and reservationist training purposes.
ReZconnect's net-to-phone-to net capability lets the hotel reservationist hear the reservation information the web user inputs and allows the hotel to accept the reservation by pressing numbers on the telephone keypad.
Additionally, the "Click-to-Chat" feature will enable a customer to hold an electronic conversation (via instant messaging) with a reservationist at any participating DH&R property, ask questions and receive instant information on that property.
Customers simply advise the Hertz reservationist of their request and, upon completion of the car rental reservation, Hertz will transfer the customer directly to IPR.
Following the example of the leftwing press, the first attacks on the League in the Senate came from leftwing reservationists like Robert LaFollette who felt that the ILO would be used against workers.
According to sources, reservationists are using "TTT" in the restaurant's booking system for those who want to sit in the seat graced by the city's new golden boy, the New York Post reported.
That he failed to win the Senate's assent to it, Cooper argues, was the result primarily of the breakdown of his health, which prevented him from recognizing the necessity of compromise with moderate reservationists.