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incumbrance in a sentence

incumbrance meaning in Hindi

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  1. St . Nicholas s Parish which, when he went there, was tottering under a debt of $ 15, 000, had, when he left, property worth above all incumbrances more than $ 150, 000.
  2. According to historian James White, Brice did not accept much compensation for his services during a business transaction and often held himself accountable to the public by " stripping a proposition of every incumbrance and laying it bare for inspection ."
  3. Racine College now numbers twenty-five surviving graduates, chiefly in the shorter course of studies; but its sole endowment consists in land, building, and apparatus, worth about $ 30, 000, and free from all incumbrances.
  4. The Olive Growers group would take care of the groves and, " When the premises are turned over to the purchaser at the end of four years, it is an established, profit-yielding property, without incumbrance . " There is no record as to the results of this plan.
  5. She encouraged women to join the movement to improve society : " Politics is the place for woman . " The goal of the suffrage movement, for Willard, was to construct an " ideal of womanhood " that allowed women to fulfill their potential as the companions and counselors of men, as opposed to the " incumbrance and toy of man ."
  6. A " lien " is a " charge or security or incumbrance upon property . " An " incumbrance, " in turn, is any " right to, or interest in, land which may subsist in another to the diminution of its value . " A tax lien " inhibits one of the quintessential rights of property ownership & mdash; the right to convey that property.
  7. A " lien " is a " charge or security or incumbrance upon property . " An " incumbrance, " in turn, is any " right to, or interest in, land which may subsist in another to the diminution of its value . " A tax lien " inhibits one of the quintessential rights of property ownership & mdash; the right to convey that property.
  8. The members of the Legislative Council shall be British subjects by birth or naturalization, of the full age of thirty years, shall possess a continuous real property qualification of four thousand dollars over and above all incumbrances, and shall be and continue worth that sum over and above their debts and liabilities, but in the case of Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island, the property may be either real or personal.
  9. The second point which relates to the charges and incumbrances alleged to have been illegally made on the property of the company is open to the reasoning which I have applied to the first point, upon the question whether, in the present case, individual members are at liberty to complain in the form adopted by this bill; for why should this anomalous form of suit be resorted to, if the powers of the corporation may be called into exercise?
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