encumbrance

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encumbrance

, incumbrance
Law a burden or charge upon property, such as a mortgage or lien

encumbrance

A restriction on the use of real property, or an obligation to make a payment which is secured by real property and which does not prevent its conveyance.
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The state legal service had expressed reservations on the matter, arguing that as long as the land registry director's authority to remove encumbrances remained, the constitutional snags could not be resolved.
Under the terms of the Contract to Sell, Orly, as seller, agreed to, among others, that: (a) after the spouses Abe and Lerma have paid the amount of P20,000, the balance of P40,000 payable in monthly installments of P1,015.74, for five years to start on June 30, 1988 and for every 30th of the month thereafter; (b) he also bound himself to execute a first deed of sale over the said property and deliver title to the vendees over said property free from encumbrance and liens upon full payment of the purchase price of the property; and (c) upon full payment of purchase price, he shall deliver to the buyers a final Deed of Sale and Certificate of Title in their names free of encumbrance.
Under RA 11231, agricultural public lands alienated or disposed in favor of qualified public land applicants shall not be subject to restrictions imposed on the registration, acquisition, encumbrance, transfer and conveyance of land covered by free patents under the Public Land Act.
If refinancing was not obtained, there would be a judicial sale of the home, with the net proceeds paid to Montazami after all other fees, sales commissions, deeds of trust, liens, encumbrances, settlement charges and cost of sale were paid.
This contract is a works contract for the setting up of a regrouping center, sorting out dismantling and transformation of encumbrances for re-use, new route from suarle to rhisnes (former vanhoebrock site).
London-based broker Burgess had likewise indicated that the judicial sale would be free of encumbrances to potential buyers.
As per details, in new regulations the procedures have been amended to make the system more efficient and quick avoiding all unnecessary encumbrances.
Sebi said the bidders should make their own independent enquiries regarding the "nature, type, classifications, encumbrances, litigations, attachments, acquisition liabilities" of the properties put under auction before submitting their bids.
Feel free to make an offer...Clean license without liens or encumbrances.This license may be used for a bar/nightclub/restaurant (consumption on the premises) and placed at any approved location within Miami Dade County.
Nally, Human Encumbrances: Political Violence and the Great Irish Famine (South Bend, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2011, 348 pp., [pounds sterling]32.95 paperback)
They also specify whether hazardous atmospheres, water hazards, or surface encumbrances are anticipated.
According to the terms of the acquisition, Stellar Resources Ltd has acquired all rights, title and interest of the ZeroGap intellectual property, free of any encumbrances or royalties from Jefferd.