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"Our clients believed the airport would change ownership and that would provide opportunities," a spokesperson said.
The upper chamber approved the Banks Law as returned from the Lower House, which requires the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) to "justify the reasons" when issuing a subsequent approval to transfer shares or change ownership other than the provisions of paragraph (a) of Article 34 of the bill, and okayed the decision of the Lower House on Article 8 concerning the organization of "The Audit Committee".
The suspects used to frequently change ownership of the land and get loan on it, the letter said.
Once verified, the original account holder can give authorisation to change ownership to a new account holder.
The Catholic sisters accused missionary William Frdya of shortchanging them by trying to change ownership of the property to his name.
Plans by the Italian government to change ownership rules for local cooperative banks, Popolari, could hasten mergers in the sector.
"The Trust owns more than 21 per cent of the shares in the football club and wish to make it known at the moment that they do not believe that there is a need for the club to change ownership or proceed with the deal.
Can we just change ownership details at the Land Registry, or do we have to go through conveyancing and pay stamp duty?
LOW-COST hotel chain Travelodge is set to change ownership as it moves close to collapsing under a mountain of debts, it was reported yesterday.
Chainrai has held discussions with a South African consortium over a possible takeover of the Fratton Park club, which could be completed as early as today, but his spokesman, Phil Hall, insists there must be proof of the required funds before the club change ownership.
The relocation and refinancing efforts will not change ownership of HTTC and the Danish firm will still control 64.6% of the Hungarian company.
Retail expert Nick Bubb said yesterday's announcement was likely to see large swathes of the high street change ownership as Baugur is forced to stump up cash to repay debts.