|(of a trade or a commodity, etc.) exclusively owned; controlled entirely by one party; syndicated||monopolized|
|A term used to refer to a property which is owned by one party while a second party reserves the right to make a valid claim on that property e.g. a bank on a home mortgage.||Encumbered|
|accountant allowed to practice in state, one authorized to record and summarize financial transactions for publicly owned companies, CPA||certified public accountant|
|An organization owned by its members, for example, agriculture cooperatives that assist farmers in selling their products more efficiently and apartment buildings owned by the residents who have full control of the property.||Cooperative|
|apartment owned under strata title||strata unit|
|area of land for growing trees (on a farm), privately owned woodland||woodlot|
|as subsidy, company controlled by larger one, helping or supporting, secondary in importance, somebody or something auxiliary, subsidiary company, company that is owned or controlled by another company, supplementary, auxiliary; secondary, lesser in im...||subsidiary|
|association, collaboration, participation, company owned by partners, cooperation, group of people working together, partners in business, relationship between partners||partnership|
|balance sheet items, owned items, seizable property, somebody or something useful, something of value (property, goods, etc.); desirable item or quality, something beneficial, valuable thing||asset|
|broadcasting authority owned and operated by the Israeli government||IBA (Israel Broadcasting Authority)|
|building containing condominiums, individually owned apartment, joint dominion over a territory; apartment building in which the apartments are individually owned; apartment in such a building, joint government of territory, state ruled by foreign coun...||condominium|
|building for horses, group under management, horses owned by somebody, not changing, not excitable, not likely to move, not naturally radioactive, not readily undergoing change, people working in a stable, put in a stable, put or live in a stable, stea...||stable|
|business not regulated by government, privately owned company||private enterprise|
|business owned by workers, jointly owned apartment building, of jointly owned apartment building, operated collectively, willing to help, working together||cooperative; co-operative|
|cage, pen, henhouse; cooperative, collectively owned and operated business, confine; place in a pen or coop; cage, enclosure for poultry, fishing basket, prison||coop|
|Canadian government-owned company||crown corporation|
|colony, control of a ball, custody, tenure; property; asset; control; ownership, having something illegal, occupancy, personal property, something owned, state of being controlled||possession|
|condominium, apartment building in which the apartments are individually owned; apartment in such a building||condo|
|coop, collective, collectively owned and operated business, willing to work together; pertaining to a collectively owned and operated business, jointly run||cooperative|
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