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cede (something) to (someone)

To yield or give a tract of land to someone. We were shocked to learn that grandma had ceded all of her land to us in her will.
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cede something to someone

to grant a parcel of land to someone. We refuse to cede that land to you. They ceded the land to the city for a park.
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It provides a detailed analysis of the reinsurance ceded from various direct insurance segments in Israel, and the reinsurance segment's growth prospects.
We saw the potential quickly for how GLOBAL XLPro could facilitate our growth by streamlining and managing the full breadth of our ceded reinsurance process, minimizing costs, optimizing returns and ensuring an audit trail.
In a similar petition filed by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalith, the Centre had said the island was never ceded to Sri Lanka.
Brady advised Liberty departments worldwide who handle ceded and/or assumed facultative, treaty and retrocessional reinsurance matters.
Trading of dollars occurs when a ceding company pays premium to the reinsurer and reasonably expects a portion to be returned as ceded paid losses, less the reinsurer's margin or handling charge.
In the case of exclusive licences, the licensor relinquishes the entitlement to use the rights or techniques ceded to the licensee: the licensor cannot therefore use them or cede them to a third party.
The book is divided chronologically into two main sections the first beginning in 1547 with the first extant court records and ending with the accession of the Prussians as the territorial princes in 1707, and the second ending when Neuchatel was ceded to Napoleon in 1806.
If one feels that National Forest land should in some cases be ceded to Native Americans, there are better examples than this one.
Fitch's ratings consider the transaction structure, the strength of the expected cash flows from the ceded blocks of business and the financial strength of the ceding insurer.
Although a ceding insurer may enter into a reinsurance transaction that does not comply with these requirements, the ceding insurer would not be allowed to take credit on its statutory financial statements for liabilities ceded in such a transaction.
Any segregated trust established would be required, except as otherwise required by the Superintendent of Insurance, must comply with the requirements for a trust agreement generally applicable to obtain credit for reinsurance ceded to an unauthorized reinsurer involving property and casualty risks.
Colombia says it has owned the islands since they were ceded to it by treaty in 1928.
6% of ceding companies said they would place between 20%-30% of total life reinsurance ceded with one reinsurance group; 18.
The Tax Court held that an exempt organization's nonprofit subsidiary, which was in partnership with a for-profit corporation, ceded control over its proposed tax-exempt activity to the for-profit corporation and therefore was not operated exclusively for exempt purposes.
The ratings and outlook reflect Kingstone's unfavorable calendar year loss reserve development on older years, elevated ceded leverage ratio and single-state concentration of risk, which exposes it to weather-related events as well as to market, regulatory and judicial issues.