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Relocation

The process of moving a building or structure to a new location, usually placing it on a totally new foundation.
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Ryder & Dutton was handpicked to be a member of Relocation Agent Network based on strict criteria such as quality of service, local knowledge, professionalism and mystery shopper feedback.
Despite the challenges of relocation, 90 per cent say career advancement is a significant motivation for employees to accept overseas assignments.
Inamine, a staunch critic of the base relocation to Henoko, called for the bilateral accord to be scrapped and told Gemba during their talks, ''I am committed to stick to my promise to the public that there will be no new base in Henoko.''
While relocation assistance is a tool used to vacate an REO asset in a timely manner, which benefits the servicer, the benefits of relocation assistance also extend to the end user--the former borrower or the tenant.
Department for relocation affairs is intended to work as a professional assistance and not to replace relocation companies the pet carrier said.
The sale to Balsillie would allow time for the relocation of the Coyotes to Hamilton, Ontario Canada in time for the 2009-2010 season.
Single people repeatedly criticised the lack of physical relocation support they receive.
Relocation is described as the phenomenon whereby "a business activity is totally or partially ceased, to be reopened abroad by means of direct investment".
The relocation company inserts the ultimate buyer's name on the deed as grantee, and then records the deed.
According to Cushman & Wakefield, the giant real estate services firm, the Sarbanes-Oxley internal control demands that are forcing companies to provide more transparency about their financial decision-making extend to items such as real estate costs and relocation. That, in turn, has increased the role for the finance department and the CFO in site selection processes.
According to Steven Kuller, vice president of operations for Worldwide Relocations (www.wwrelocations.com), an overseas move, depending on the circumstances, can range from $4,000 to $27,000.