Relocation


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RELOCATION, Scotch law, contracts. To let again to renew a lease, is called a relocation.
     2. When a tenant holds over after the expiration of his lease, with the consent of his landlord, this will amount to a relocation.

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The annual event officially launched the Relocation Agent Network, formerly known as Home Sale Network.
The respondents name 41 separate countries as frequent relocation destinations, with the United States, China and Singapore as the top three.
Gemba sought to gain the understanding of Nago Mayor Susumu Inamine on the relocation of the U.S.
As tenants and owners become increasingly educated about the foreclosure process and options such as relocation assistance, there are various reasons they elect to remain in an REO property.
The department has been opened because of the global trend for relocation increasing and relocating companies wanting to seek solutions when moving pet owners abroad, the company said.
Judge Redfield Baum said that briefs and declarations on the relocation issue are due June 5.
Dr Jane Matthiesen, of Aston Business School in Birmingham, part of Aston University, has conducted a detailed study into the barriers to relocation and ways in which employers can help smooth the way.
In addition to the relocations in the textiles and in the leather, clothing and footwear sectors in Europe in general, the analysis has identified only three other instances where the data provide evidence of relocation.
2005-74 sets forth three scenarios that might typically represent the structure of a home purchase program administered by a relocation service provider as an employer's agent.
After discussing government relocation, Walker turns to a number of fascinating case studies of rural industrialization by exploring the arrival of the Aluminum Company of America in Blout County Tennessee in 1914, the growing importance of mining in southwestern West Virginia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the creation of tourism in the Great Smokey Mountains in the 1920s and 1930s.