Definition of "Bracket"

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Any structure projecting from a wall or other vertical element for the purpose of providing support for a weight or other object.

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Pradeep Bombe Pradeep Bombe said:

What is meaning of bracket in property card registration

Jul 29, 2023  04:14:43

 
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To our knowledge, there’s no such legal term as "property card registration" in the United States. Property registration in the United States typically refers to recording property ownership and related details in public records maintained by local governments. This process is commonly done through the county recorder’s office or the local land registry. Property registration establishes clear ownership, ensures the rights of property owners, and prevents disputes over property boundaries or ownership.

If “property card registration” is used in a specific context or jurisdiction, we recommend consulting legal experts or relevant local authorities for the most up-to-date and accurate information. Real estate-related laws and rules can vary from state to state and even between local municipalities. Therefore, seeking specific information based on your location and circumstances is essential.

Aug 03, 2023  10:50:39
 
 
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