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Estate Agents Act 1979
Estate or The Estate may refer to: Law * Estate (law), a term in common law for a person's property, entitlements and obligations * Estates of the realm, a broad social category in the histories of certain countries. ** The Estates, representative bodies of the estates of the realm *** Estates General, a supra-regional gathering of representatives of the estates of the realm * Estate in land * Estate (land), the grounds and tenancies (such as farms, housing, woodland, parkland) associated with a very large property ** Housing estate, a group of houses built as a single development. ** Industrial estate (office park) and trading estate; property planned and sub-let for industrial and commercial use. ** Real estate or real property ***Estate agent or real estate agent * Literary estate, the intellectual property of a deceased author, or the executor thereof Automobiles and technology * Estate car ( station wagon), a passenger car with a full-size interior cargo compartment * Bui ...
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Estate (law)
An estate, in common law, is the net worth of a person at any point in time, alive or dead. It is the sum of a person's assets – legal rights, interests and entitlements to property of any kind – less all liabilities at that time. The issue is of special legal significance on a question of bankruptcy and death of the person. (See inheritance.) Depending on the particular context, the term is also used in reference to an estate in land or of a particular kind of property (such as real estate or personal estate). The term is also used to refer to the sum of a person's assets only. The equivalent in civil law legal systems is patrimony. Bankruptcy Under United States bankruptcy law, a person's estate consists of all assets or property of any kind available for distribution to creditors. However, some assets are recognized as exempt to allow a person significant resources to restart his or her financial life. In the United States, asset exemptions depend on vario ...
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Whirlpool Corporation
The Whirlpool Corporation is an American multinational manufacturer and marketer of home appliances, headquartered in Benton Charter Township, Michigan, United States. The Fortune 500 company has annual revenue of approximately $21 billion, 78,000 employees, and more than 70 manufacturing and technology research centers globally. The company markets its namesake flagship brand Whirlpool, alongside other brands as well including Maytag, KitchenAid, JennAir, Amana, Gladiator GarageWorks, Inglis, Estate, Brastemp, Bauknecht, Hotpoint, Ignis, Indesit, and Consul. In its domestic, United States, market Whirlpool has nine manufacturing facilities: Amana, Iowa; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Cleveland, Tennessee; Clyde, Ohio; Findlay, Ohio; Greenville, Ohio; Marion, Ohio; Ottawa, Ohio; and Fall River, Massachusetts. Together, these American manufacturing facilities account for at least 5% of the company's employees. History Founding and first customers On November 11, 1911, Louis U ...
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I Marcellini
I, or i, is the ninth letter and the third vowel letter of the Latin alphabet, used in the modern English alphabet, the alphabets of other western European languages and others worldwide. Its name in English is ''i'' (pronounced ), plural '' ies''. History In the Phoenician alphabet, the letter may have originated in a hieroglyph for an arm that represented a voiced pharyngeal fricative () in Egyptian, but was reassigned to (as in English "yes") by Semites, because their word for "arm" began with that sound. This letter could also be used to represent , the close front unrounded vowel, mainly in foreign words. The Greeks adopted a form of this Phoenician ''yodh'' as their letter ''iota'' () to represent , the same as in the Old Italic alphabet. In Latin (as in Modern Greek), it was also used to represent and this use persists in the languages that descended from Latin. The modern letter ' j' originated as a variation of 'i', and both were used interchangeably for ...
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Estate (song)
Bruno Martino (11 November 1925 – 12 June 2000) was an Italian composer, singer, and pianist. Career Martino learned to play the piano at the age of fourteen. A Jazz fan, he spent the early years of his career performing with European radio and night club orchestras. In the mid-1950s he was a member of the RAI orchestra. He later started composing music for popular Italian singers, eventually touring the world with his own orchestra. This resulted in a late-blossoming career as a singer.Michael SattlerBruno Martino michaelsattler.com Internationally he is best known for his 1960 song '' Estate'', a standard that has been performed by many jazz musicians and singers since the early 1960s, including João Gilberto, Joe Diorio, Chet Baker, Toots Thielemans, Shirley Horn, Eliane Elias, Michel Petrucciani, Monty Alexander, Mike Stern, John Pizzarelli and Robert Jospé. Martino's hit-song ''Dracula Cha Cha'' (later also called ''Dracula Cha Cha Cha'') was first heard in the Italia ...
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Estate (album)
''Estate'' is an album by Michel Petrucciani. It was recorded in the Forum Recording Studio, Rome during the spring of 1982. The title is the Italian word for "summer", pronounced . Recording and music Pianist Petrucciani recorded the album at the age of 19, with bassist Furio Di Castri and drummer Aldo Romano. Some of the tracks are Petrucciani compositions. Reception The AllMusic reviewer concluded: "Even though this can't be considered an essential release for Michel Petrucciani fans (especially with its brief playing time of under 35 minutes), it is an enjoyable session." Track listing # "Pasolini" ( Aldo Romano) – 5:26 # "Very Early" ( Bill Evans) – 4:52 # " Estate" ( Bruno Martino) – 5:48 # "Maybe Yes" (Michel Petrucciani) – 3:46 # "I Just Say Hello" (Michel Petrucciani) – 6:18 # "Tone Poem" ( Charles Lloyd) – 4:08 # "Samba Des Prophetes" ( Aldo Romano/C. Nougaro) – 8:54 Personnel *Michel Petrucciani Michel Petrucciani (; ; 28 December 1962 – 6 Janu ...
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SABC 3
SABC 3 (stylised as S3) is a South African free-to-air public television network owned by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). It carries programming in English and, few in other South African languages. It has a number of its own reality and talk shows and had lately introduced a new series called “The Estate”. As of June 2018, it has been broadcasting in high definition. In April 2021, the channel rebranded and is stylised as S3. History On 1 January 1981, two services were introduced, TV2 broadcasting in Zulu and Xhosa and TV3 broadcasting in Sotho and Tswana, both targeted at a Black urban audience. The main channel, now called TV1, was divided evenly between English and Afrikaans, as before. In 1986, a new service called TV4 was introduced, carrying sports and entertainment programming, using the channel shared by TV2 and TV3, which stopped broadcasting at 9:30pm. In 1991, TV2, TV3 and TV4 were combined into a new service called CCV (Contemporary Communi ...
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Brian Murphy (actor)
Brian Trevor John Murphy (born 25 September 1932) is an English actor and comedian. He is best known as the henpecked husband George Roper in the popular sitcom ''Man About the House'' and its spin-off series ''George and Mildred'', and as Alvin Smedley in ''Last of the Summer Wine''. Other notable roles include Stan the shopkeeper in the 90s children's series '' Wizadora'' and in '' The Booze Cruise'' comedy drama series. Life and career Murphy was born on 25 September 1932 in Ventnor, Isle of Wight, the son of grocer's assistant Gerald Murphy and his wife Mabel, both of whom later became restaurateurs. His two brothers Ken and Eric died during active service in the Second World War. He was called up to do his national service at RAF Northwood, where he met future '' The Good Life'' actor Richard Briers. On leaving the RAF the two aspiring actors both performed in productions by the Dramatic Society at the Borough Polytechnic Institute, now London South Bank University. Mu ...
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The Estate (TV Series)
''The Estate'' is a BBC Northern Ireland documentary series similar to '' The Scheme'', this time following the lives of several families in the Ballysally housing estate in Coleraine. The series was broadcast every Monday at 10:35pm from 23 January 2012 to 12 March 2012 on BBC One Northern Ireland and was broadcast to the rest of the UK every Tuesday at 11:35pm, 27 March - 15 May 2012 on BBC One and BBC One HD (2nd episode broadcast on a Monday, 3rd, 4th & 5th episodes at 11:40pm & 6th episode at 11:50pm). Episodes The episodes were transmitted at the following times: The episode shown on BBC One on 17 April 2012 was the final ever programme to be broadcast on the old analogue television system across London London is the capital and List of urban areas in the United Kingdom, largest city of England and the United Kingdom, with a population of just under 9 million. It stands on the River Thames in south-east England at the head of a estuary dow .... Referen ...
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The Estate (2022 Film)
''The Estate'' is a 2022 American dark comedy film written and directed by Dean Craig. It stars Toni Collette and Anna Faris as sisters who try to get back in the good graces of their estranged aunt before she passes to inherit some of her fortune. The film was released on November 4, 2022, by Signature. Premise Macey and Savannah are sisters and business partners struggling to keep their business afloat when they learn that their wealthy estranged Aunt Hilda has terminal cancer. The sisters immediately set out to visit Hilda to get in her good graces and inherit some of her fortune. When they arrive, they learn that several of their cousins have also had the same idea, and now the family is competing for Aunt Hilda's affection. Cast * Toni Collette as Macey * Anna Faris as Savannah * Kathleen Turner as Aunt Hilda, dying of cancer * Rosemarie DeWitt as Beatrice * David Duchovny as Richard, aka Dick * Ron Livingston as James, Beatrice's Chef Husband * Keyla Monter ...
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The Estate (2020 Film)
''The Estate'' is a 2020 American comedy thriller film directed by James Kapner and starring Eliza Coupe, Greg Finley, Chris Baker, Heather Matarazzo and Eric Roberts. It is Kapner's feature directorial debut. Plot When the spoiled son and newest wife of a billionaire patriarch plot to murder him, they form a psycho-sexual bond with their brutally handsome hitman as they kill and kill (and kill) in their quest for wealth and recognition. Cast * Chris Baker as George * Eliza Coupe as Lux * Greg Finley as Joe * Eric Roberts as Marcello * Lala Kent as Caitlin * Rocío de la Grana as Rose * Alexandra Paul as Bethenny * Heather Matarazzo as Mary * Aubyn Philabaum as Tawny Taubin * Ezra Buzzington as Mr. Amis * Kyle Rezzarday as Pool Boy * Allan Graf as Driver * Trent Eisfeller as Valet * Cohen Prescott as Boardroom Lawyer Release The film premiered at the Newport Beach Film Festival in October 2020. Reception The estate received mostly negative reviews from critics, holding ...
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Estate (2022 Film)
''Estate'' is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language horror drama film directed by Karthik Vilvakrish. The film stars Kalaiyarasan, Sunaina and Remya Nambeesan in the lead roles, with Ashok Selvan in an extended cameo. It was released on 9 December 2022. Cast *Ashok Selvan as Micheal Devraj (extended cameo appearance) *Kalaiyarasan as Sasi *Sunaina as Reba *Remya Nambeesan as Durga Venugopal *Daniel Annie Pope *Kiran Konda *Vijay Vilvakrish *Raja Divagar *Arun *Radhakrishnan Production The film was shot completely in Yercaud in an only-night shoot schedule, with scenes filmed in abandoned vintage properties. Release and reception The film was released across Tamil Nadu on 9 December 2022. A critic from ''Times of India'' noted it was "a well-staged paranormal thriller let down by a poorly-written climax", adding that "Karthik V gets most of it right in ''Estate'' and manages to give us an immersive theatrical experience". A critic from ''Thanthi TV Thanthi TV is a 24-hour Tamil new ...
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Estate (2020 Film)
''Estate'' is a 2020 short film based on the short story of the same name by China Miéville, written and directed by Tom Harberd. First published in The White Review, the original short story on which the film is based was republished in the 2015 collection Three Moments of an Explosion. Synopsis Rick lives in an estate where he witnesses daily casual cruelty towards animals. His neighbors leave out poison for urban foxes while a man abuses his dog after losing at the slot machines. Rick reconnects with a former schoolmate Diane, with whom he discusses a mutual former acquaintance, Dan, who has returned to the estate. They walk through the estate and come upon a basketball court where they witness Dan leading a strange pagan ritual where he marks several individuals before sending them in different directions. Dan himself then leaves when the ritual draws the attention of the police. Rick and Diane come across Dan shortly thereafter in the back alleys of the estate, where he ...
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