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specie

1. coin money, as distinguished from bullion or paper money
2. in specie
a. (of money) in coin
b. Law in the actual form specified
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Company), by way of a dividend in specie, to all the Company's
Transfer of a property which is an existing asset may be acceptable in principle and is known as in specie contribution.
An in specie transfer basically means your existing investment holding is merely reregistered on to the Transact platform.
These new banks did not have to redeem their notes in specie, but could redeem them merely in notes of the Bank of Kentucky.
By Sep 2012, the new entity will be listed in London and thereafter, Integra plans to spin off its shares in IGSS to its shareholders in proportion to their holdings in Integra, so called dividends in specie (in kind).
for shares pursuant to the In Specie Distribution Option in
and inclusion of the In Specie Distribution Option (the
Elections for the In Specie Distribution Option were made in respect of
The shares of Ventures are to be distributed to shareholders of the Company pursuant to a dividend in specie.
In the Matter of GERARD BRADY LIMITED (In Voluntary Liquidation) AND IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT 1963 - 2013 At an Extraordinary General meeting of the above named company, duly convened and held at the 21 Belvedere Place, Dublin 1 at 10am on 11 November 2014 the following special resolution was duly passed: "That the company be wound up voluntarily by way of a Members Voluntary Winding up and that Niall Byrne be and is hereby appointed Liquidator of the company for the purpose of such Winding Up and that the Liquidator be and is hereby authorised, in accordance with the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the company, to distribute the whole part of the assets of the company amongst the members in specie.
Based on our research we still believe that there was $400,000 in specie that went down with the ship, which, if correct, means we've only recovered about 25% of what should be down there," commented Greg Stemm, Odyssey co-founder.