Constructive Notice

Business / Real Estate / Constructive Notice: Notice given to the world by recorded documents. All people are charged with knowledge of such documents and their contents, whether or not they have actually examined them. Possession of property is also considered constructive notice that the person in possession has an interest in the property.

Other Words for Constructive

Constructive Adjective Synonyms: virtual, inferential, implicit, inferred, derived, deduced
Constructive Verb Synonyms: helpful,eful, practicable, advantageous, practical, productive, beneficial, positive
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Other Words for Notice

Notice Verb Synonyms: attention, awareness, consciousness, perception, observation, cognizance
Notice Noun Synonyms: note, take or make note (of), take notice (of), pay or give attention to, attend (to), heed, take heed (of), give heed to, mark, remark, mind, observe, perceive, see
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Notice Of Completion

Business / Real Estate / Notice Of Completion: A document recorded to give constructive notice that a building job has been completed. MORE

Notice Of Default

Business / Real Estate / Notice Of Default: A notice to a defaulting party announcing that a default has occurred. The defaulting party is usually provided a grace period during which to cure the default. Notices of default are frequently provi MORE

Notice Of Deliquency

Business / Real Estate / Notice Of Deliquency: In junior financing, where the borrower gives the senior lender permission to notify the junior lender in the event of a default. MORE

Notice Of Cessation

Business / Real Estate / Notice Of Cessation: A notice that gives subcontractors 30 days and gives prime contractors 60 days to file liens from the date of cessation of work. MORE

Notice Day

Business / Finance / Notice Day: A day on which notices of intent to deliver pertaining to a specified delivery month may be issued. Related: Delivery notice. MORE

Notice Of Nonresponsibility

Business / Real Estate / Notice Of Nonresponsibility: A legal notice designed to relieve a property owner of responsibility for the cost of improvements ordered by another person (such as a tenant). The owner usually gives notice that he or she will not MORE

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