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owner

1. The architect’s client and party to the owner-architect agreement.
2. One who has the legal right or title to a piece of property.

owner

With respect to an aircraft, the person in whose name the aircraft is registered. A person in possession of the aircraft as the purchaser under a conditional sale or hire-purchase agreement that reserves to the vendor the title to the aircraft until payment of the purchase price or the performance of certain conditions. A person in possession of the aircraft as a chattel mortgagor under a chattel mortgage. A person in possession of the aircraft under a bona fide lease or an agreement of hire.
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Described as a working guide, the book shares lessons learned from listening to owner-managers in New Zealand.
A recent study has shown that small business owner-managers also see education as the best strategy to change environmental behaviour within the sector (Walker, Redmond, & Goeft, 2007).
Clearly, an owner-manager who is unaware of an agency or service will not use it.
MIDLAND owner-managers have been warned that new tax rules could lead to further cuts in business investment.
What is harder to demonstrate is whether the owner-manager can be persuaded to spend some time acquiring the tools because once acquired their use will lead to an improvement in business performance.
This calls for explicating domain's conditions and consequences in the owner-manager context.
Given the structural simplicity and the smaller number of hierarchical levels in small firms, promotion is perceived as an excellent opportunity to move closer to the owner-manager, who is generally the main decision-maker.
Although the policies and procedures were verbalized very quickly, these procedures were not written down, as the owner-manager dealt personally with these situations.
These are: the personality of the owner manager; the greater flexibility of small firms; the culture of small firms, particularly family firms where the owner-manager often acts as a paternalistic figure; the scarcity culture of small firms, particularly family firms where the owner-manager often acts as a paternalistic figure; the scarcity of resources for innovation and; the low bargaining advantages of small firms, i.
They topped the list of a league table of 10 gripes and worries for the typical owner-manager of a small or medium-sized business.
As shown in line 1 of Table 3, there was a significant difference between the entrepreneur, owner-manager and the non-entrepreneur groups (F (2, 316) = 32.