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(US, law) A state in which a company is allowed to continue trading without incurring any new financial liabilities or disposing of any assets.
In 1857 the Thames Conservancy Board was established.
Where the LPA are unclear whether to consult on a particular proposal, they should ask their regional conservancy of the Forestry Commission.
Alastair Hearmon Alastair joined the conservancy in April 2005.
But to met both objectives and to establish the conservancy as the responsible body, required an Act of Parliament.
The Hawk conservancy This award winning and internationally acclaimed conservancy for birds of prey is situated in the village.
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