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If the BLM sells the reversionary interest to the BMGCC, it will divest the BLM from any responsibility or liability related to the property.
The policy shall participate in profits of the Corporation and shall be entitled to receive Simple Reversionary Bonuses declared as per the experience of the Corporation, provided the policy is in full force.
The sales pipeline of vacant reversionary assets showed PS213.8m of sales completed, exchanged or in solicitors hands in the 10 months to the end of July, down from PS228.1m at the same point last year.
The sales pipeline of vacant reversionary assets showed PS213.8m of sales completed, exchanged or in solicitors' hands in the ten months to the end of July, down from PS228.1m at the same point last year.
In the ten months to the end of July, the sales pipeline of vacant reversionary assets showed [pounds sterling]213.8m of sales completed, exchanged or in solicitors hands, down from [pounds sterling]228.1m at the same point last year.
Can an insured remove existing life insurance from his or her gross estate by an absolute assignment of the policy but retaining a reversionary interest?
The Tax Court in McCord found that, like the contingent reversionary interest in Robinette, the value of the assumption of a Sec.
I therefore am claiming my reversionary interest in the property."
Estimation of the market value of the subject property using discounted cash flow analysis required the projection of future revenues, operating expenses, annual net operating income, and reversionary sale price.
These categories are: reversionary interests, power to control beneficial enjoyment, administrative powers, power to revoke, and income for benefit of grantor.
The trust can also give the grantor a contingent reversionary interest, which will cause the residence to revert back into his estate in case of death before the end of the term.