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Novation

 

in civil law, an agreement between parties to substitute one obligation for another. Under Soviet law, novation is used in relations between citizens and between socialist organizations, most often in credit relations.

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Across five decades, NOVATION Industries has built a reputation for bringing innovation to the marketplace, while delivering exceptional customer service," said Novation Industries president, Scott Baxter.
Novation, which focuses on assisting start-ups expand, gave the company a $30 million cash infusion in April 2014 after selling another subsidiary called StreetLinks LLC.
Novation is reportedly the nation's leading health care services company that is focused on revolutionising operational performance for more than 100,000 members and affiliates of VHA, UHC, Children's Hospital Association and Provista.
According to Benvenue, the three-year contract became effective March 1, paving the way to offer the Kiva System through the Novation portfolio to the more than 100,000 members and affiliates of VHA Inc.
DBRS said that the Novation 2010-A transaction is the first term asset-backed securitisation backed by collateral originated by Novation offered under Rule 144a.
The contract between Novation and the four distributors runs through April 30, 2013.
And that's how we met the new series of cook-up and cold water-swelling products under the name NOVATION, a line of functional native starches.
Novation Indulge 1720 replaces protein to lower overall ingredient costs, while delivering premium indulgent yoghurt products.
This contract is for Novation s Blom cuffed tracheostomy tubes through Novation's innovative technology evaluation process.