vested interest


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vested interest

Property law an existing and disposable right to the immediate or future possession and enjoyment of property
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Sometimes, other ministers would point out in the meeting that a particular minister had vested interest or the secretariat would inform the minister,' she explained.
No, Buhari kept him because the president does not bow to vested interest. When the primaries for Oyo State came, Shittu was not even allowed.
He said there was no vested interest and that they just followed the democratic principles adopted in any organisation.
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Where are our 'green' councillors when their voice for us needs to be heard, somewhere, no doubt, with their vested interest big business buddies telling us not to 'fly tip'?
A trial was considered to be free of vested interest if it was not funded by a homeopathic pharmacy.
Not least China and India, where there is a vested interest in improving life's chances for a third of the world's population.
As part of its commitment to engaging its strategic partners and other concerned bodies with vested interest in the drafting of regulations and decisions being issued by the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) to benefit from their inputs, the SCA has published on its portal: www.sca.gov.ae a draft of the Regulation for investment management
How many children would have been saved if these vested interest executives had shown empathy to humanity and not their pockets it has to be asked?
But as Vested Interest burned in downtown North Bay Jan.
Birmingham City Council has denied it approved the compulsory purchase of a property to pave the way for a development it is accused of having a 'vested interest' in.
REPORT shows Kirklees new homes figures have plummeted Rutland: "So many empty properties around (old and new) that have not been sold so the need for new properties is mostly vested interest on the part of developers, not a genuine need at all."