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  • 1 public sale — ➔ sale * * * public sale UK US noun [C] ► COMMERCE an occasion when goods or property are sold in an auction: »Brokers get tickets from sources as varied as public sales, walk in customers, and other brokers. ► [C] STOCK MARKET an occasion when a …

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  • 2 public sale — see sale Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. public sale …

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  • 3 public sale — A sale made in pursuance of a notice, by auction or sheriff. See U.C.C. No. 2 706. See also judicial sale, above; sheriff s sale tax sale, below. + public sale Sale at auction of property upon notice to public of such. May result from e.g. tax… …

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  • 4 public sale — A sale at auction to the highest bidder at which the public is given the opportunity to bid. Offredy v Huhla, 135 Conn 20, 60 A2d 779, 4 ALR2d 572. A sale at auction, made upon notice or invitation to the public so that the public be given the… …

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  • 5 public sale — pub′lic sale′ com n. auction 1) • Etymology: 1670–80 …

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  • 6 public sale — noun Date: 1641 auction 1 …

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  • 7 public sale — auction (def. 1). [1670 80] * * * …

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  • 8 public sale — noun : auction 1 * * * auction (def. 1). [1670 80] …

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  • 9 public sale of property — index auction Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 issue for public sale — index publish Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 sale — n 1 a: the transfer of title to property from one party to another for a price; also: the contract of such a transaction see also short 1 2 compare barter, donation …

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  • 12 public — pub·lic 1 adj 1 a: exposed to general view public indecency b: known or recognized by many or most people 2 a: of, relating to, or affecting all of the people or the whole area of a nation or state public statutes b: of or relating to a go …

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  • 13 sale — An agreement between a buyer and a seller on the price to be paid for a security, followed by delivery. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * sale sale [seɪl] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] COMMERCE the act of selling someone property, food, or… …

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  • 14 Sale, Victoria — Infobox Australian Place | type = city name = Sale state = vic caption = pop = 13,350 (2006)Census 2006 AUS | id = SSC26569 | name = Sale (Urban Centre/Locality) | accessdate = 2007 10 25 | quick = on] poprank = density = est = 1851 propval =… …

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  • 15 sale — A contract between two parties, called, respectively, the seller (or vendor) and the buyer (or purchaser), by which the former, in consideration of the payment or promise of payment of a certain price in money, transfers to the latter the title… …

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  • 16 public use — Eminent domain. The constitutional and statutory basis for taking property by eminent domain. For condemnation purposes, public use is one which confers some benefit or advantage to the public; it is not confined to actual use by public. It is… …

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  • 17 sale — /seɪl/ noun 1. an act of giving an item or doing a service in exchange for money, or for the promise that money will be paid ♦ for sale ready to be sold ♦ to offer something for sale or to put something up for sale to announce that something is… …

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  • 18 public — The whole body politic, or the aggregate of the citizens of a state, nation, or municipality. The inhabitants of a state, county, or community. In one sense, everybody, and accordingly the body of the people at large; the community at large,… …

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  • 19 Public Policy Limitation on Deduction for Business Expenses — Brief Introduction: Deduction for Business Expenses Section 162(a) of the Internal Revenue Code allows for taxpayers to deduct ordinary and necessary expenses paid or incurred in carrying on a trade or business from their gross income. [26 U.S.C …

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  • 20 public auction — See auction; public sale …

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