conveyance Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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conveyancenoun

uk   us   /kənˈveɪ.əns/

conveyance noun (TRANSPORTATION)

[U] formal the ​process of ​moving something or someone from one ​place to another: the conveyance of ​water [C] Indian English or old-fashioned a ​vehicle or ​method of ​transport: a ​horse-drawn/​public conveyance

conveyance noun (DOCUMENT)

[C] specialized law a ​legaldocument that ​officially gives to someone the ​rights to ​land or ​property
(Definition of conveyance from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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conveyancenoun

uk   us   /kənˈveɪəns/
[C] LAW, PROPERTY a ​legaldocument that ​states that ​land or ​property has ​passed from one ​owner to another: Notaries have the ​right to prepare ​wills, conveyances, and other ​contracts.
[U] LAW, PROPERTY the ​legalprocess of ​movingland or ​property from one ​owner to another: The ​expense of the conveyance usually ​falls upon the ​purchaser.
[U] the ​process of ​transportinggoods from one ​place to another: the conveyance of dangerous substances
(Definition of conveyance from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “conveyance”
in Chinese (Simplified) 送走, 运送,运输, 运输工具…
in Chinese (Traditional) 送走, 運送,運輸, 運輸工具…
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