trustee

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mütevelli

Mütevelli Yönetim kurulu yurt dışı holdingleri görevden almak için oy kullandı. - The Board of Trustees voted to divest the organization's overseas holdings.

{i} yediemin
Uyuşmazlık konusu şeyin saklanması ve idaresi kendisine verilen kişi, güvenilir kişi
yeddiemin
kayyum
vasi
vekil
emanetçi

O, bir öğrenci olarak devam etmediği üniversitenin tek emanetçisi. - She is the only trustee of the university who never attended it as a student.

(Kanun) Belirli bir malın yönetimi veya belli bir işin görülmesi için seçilen kimse, kayyum
Güvenilen
{i} mutemet
mütevelli/yediemin
trusteeshipvekillik
Birleşmiş Milletler adına bir bölgenin idaresi
güvenilir kişi
trustee process
(Ticaret) yedieminlik işlemleri
trustee in bankruptcy
iflas idaresi
trustee in composition
konkordato komiseri
trustee for a bond issue
(Ticaret) tahvil ihracı mutemedi
credit trustee
kredi mutemedi
bankrupt's estate trustee
(Ticaret) iflas masası memuru
Englisch - Englisch
To commit (property) to the care of a [[#English|trustee]]; as, to trustee an estate
To attach (a debtor's wages, credits, or property in the hands of a third person) in the interest of the creditor
A person to whom property is legally committed in trust, to be applied either for the benefit of specified individuals, or for public uses; one who is intrusted with property for the benefit of another; also, a person in whose hands the effects of another are attached in a trustee process
{n} one who is instrusted with any thing
1) One who holds property in trust for another as a fiduciary and is charged with the duty to protect, preserve and enhance the value and the highest and best use of the trust property 2) One who holds property in trust for another to secure the performance of an obligation In those states using trust deeds as security devices, the trustee holds bare legal title to the property pending the borrower/trustor paying off the underlying debt or promissory note The trustee is usually a lending institution, trust company or title insurance company
The individual or institution with responsibility for management of property placed in trust for the benefit of another individual
a person (or institution) to whom legal title to property is entrusted to use for another's benefit
A person bound to deal with property on behalf of the owners or beneficiaries The trustee becomes the legal owner when the order appointing him/her as trustee for the land is registered against the title The beneficiaries are called the beneficial owners
To attach (a debtors wages, credits, or property in the hands of a third person) in the interest of the creditor
The person(s) or institutions responsible for the administration of a trust
One who holds the legal title to property for the benefit of another
A person or company that controls ownership of a property for the benefit of another party In the case of a deed of trust, the trustee holds the property title for the lender, and is responsible for enforcing the terms of the deed of trust
A trustee is a person or a company who holds property in trust for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries
A trustee is someone with legal control of money or property that is kept or invested for another person, company, or organization
The person or person who look after the property that is held in trust The trustee is not allowed to do anything with the property unless the Will allows it and the Trustee owes duties to the beneficiary concerned
The person or institution holding legal title to property in a trust and managing it for beneficiaries
Someone given legal responsibility to hold property in the best interest of another
members of a governing board
The party named in a trust or plan who is authorized to hold the assets of the trust or plan for the benefit of the beneficiaries or participants
A party who is given legal responsibility to hold property in the best interest of or "for the benefit of" another The trustee is one placed in a position of responsibility for another, a responsibility enforceable in a court of law
Third party responsible for handling the property of another; as in deed of trust or real estate investment trust
A person or a corporation (such as a bank) who holds legal title to the property of a person and who has the duty to hold and manage the trust for the benefit of both the beneficiaries and the remaindermen
A person who holds title to property on behalf of another (a "beneficiary of the trust")
1 Usually a trust company appointed by the company to protect the security behind the company's bonds and to make certain that all covenants of the trust deed relating to the bonds are honored 2 A person who holds property and securities in trust for another person
A fiduciary who holds or controls property for the benefit of another
{f} place in the care of trustees or a trustee; grant a person or persons legal custodianship over property not belonging to them; appoint a person or persons to administer an institution (Law); garnish a debtor's wages or property on behalf of a credit
A bank or trust company that holds title to or a security interest in leased property for the benefit of the lessee, lessor, and/or creditors of the lessor A leveraged lease often has two trustees: an owner trustee and an indenture trustee
One who holds bare legal title to a property in trust for another to secure the performance of an obligation
The persons or corporate body which has legal responsibility for the running of the fund in accordance with the requirement of the trust deed The trustee of most large funds, including industry funds, is a company with equal numbers of directors representing employees and employers Irrespective of who appointed them, the trustees/directors owe a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries
{i} person granted legal custodianship over property not belonging to him; one who is appointed to administer an institution (Law)
This is the person who is responsible for managing a trust The trustee must see that funds are properly invested and disbursed according to the wishes of the maker of the trust The maker of the trust and the first trustee can be the same person
To commit (property) to the care of a trustee; as, to trustee an estate
The person or entity which holds the title to a property for the benefit of another, usually a minor This may involve an individual or company such as a bank or trust company
The person who holds property rights for the benefit of another through the legal mechanism of the trust A trustee usually has full management and administration rights over the property but these rights must always be exercised to the full advantage of the beneficiary All profits from the property go to the beneficiary although the trustee is entitled to reimbursement for administrative costs There is no legal impediment for a trustee to also be a beneficiary of the same property
A person or entity who holds, for the benefit of the beneficiary, title to property For example, the Trustee under a deed of trust holds the deed of trust for the lender and is responsible for enforcing the provisions of the deed of trust
The person or legal entity such as a bank or trust company who receives property and places it in a trust, and manages the trust for the benefit of the beneficiary or beneficiaries in ways consistent with the trust declaration and good business practice
trustee board
board of governors
trustee company
company that functions as a trustee and often engages in additional banking activity
trustee for public funds
one who administers a treasury of public funds
trustee in bankruptcy
person that was appointed by a court to liquidate a bankrupt business
trustee process
The process of attachment by garnishment
trustee stock
High-grade stock in which trust funds may be legally invested
trustee-beneficiary relation
the responsibility of a trustee to act in the best interests of the beneficiary
executorial trustee
Someone appointed to be an executor (the person who carries out the directions set forth in a will) and also be a trustee of an estate after the executors duties have been completed
trustees
A common term for escrow agents
trustees
A bank, trust company or a group of individuals who hold timeshare accommodation (and sometimes leisure facilities) 'in trust' on behalf of the owners and grant owners a 'right -to-use' through a licence ('Ownership Certificate') Trustees provide security for owners in the event that a developer fails financially Some trustees may have added responsibilities such as ensuring the continuity of the Owners Club
trustees
are the people who look after the cash
trustees
the person vested with the authority to conduct the affairs of the corporation irrespective of the name by which they are designated
trustees
A trustee in bankruptcy is a person licensed by the OSB to administer proposals and bankruptcies
trustees
Trustees means Charity trustees
trustees
The idea that elected representatives are obligated to act in accordance with their own consciences concerning which policies are in the best interests of the public
trustees
Names of the trustees elected for the district school board
trustees
plural of trustee
unpaid trustee
one who administers a fund and is not paid for the service and is not responsible in the event of theft or loss
trustee
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