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Finder

An intermediary who contracts to find, introduce, and bring together parties to a business opportunity, leaving ultimate negotiations and consummation of business transaction to the principals. With respect to a Securities issue, refers to one who brings together an issuer and an underwriter; in connection with mergers, refers to one who brings two companies together. May also refer to one who secures mortgage financing for a borrower, locates a particular type of executive or professional for a corporation, or locates a particular type of business acquisition for a corporation.

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Julie Musker, of Merseyrail's lost property office, with some of the items recently handed in Picture: COLIN LANE
South Wales Police say they no longer take reports of lost property but if an item gets handed into them, they will do their best to reunite it with the owner.
In a statement, Excess Baggage Group Ltd said: "Lost property charges are approved by Manchester Airport Group and are standard across most major UK airports and rail stations.
In response, David Sidebottom, director at Transport Focus, said: "The current lost property systems in place are, in many cases, not fit for purpose for reuniting lost property with rightful owners.
PHOTO | MWANGI NDIRANGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP"I have lost property worth Sh500,000, including certificates, school books and uniforms, clothes and household goods.
"They tried several times to get through to lost property at Livingston but said nobody answered.
Lost Property promises to pay its manager by the hour "so you won't get a set weekly wage and then do ridiculous hours!" - and also caps working hours at "50 a week maximum."
Items left unclaimed in left luggage are taken to the lost property office, filling the storage room with tents, camping chairs, footballs, rugs and picnic coolers.
Officers have conducted a number of enquiries, including contacting lost property offices, circulating images on local intelligence systems and viewing CCTV footage.
They don't do lost property. They don't look for stolen cars.
Dubai Police will be responsible for receiving and recording any lost property. How rewards are handed out is expected to be detailed in the near future.
Article number 2 of the law defines lost property as monies and property that are acquired by law, has a value, lost by its lawful owner unintentionally and found within the emirate of Dubai.