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Last seen on: Universal Crossword – May 20 2020
Random information on the term “Majority shareholder?”:
Beneficial owner is a legal term where specific property rights (“use and title”) in equity belong to a person even though legal title of the property belongs to another person. Beneficial owner is subject to a state Statuary Laws regulating interest or title transfer. This often relates where the legal title owner has implied trustee duties to the beneficial owner.
Under United States copyright law, an author may transfer some rights to the copyright owner (often an employer) while retaining a future “reversionary interest,” such as that of copyright renewal. For example, “[t]he legal or beneficial owner of an exclusive right under a copyright . . . to institute an action for any infringement of that particular right committed while he or she is the official owmer of it.” 17 U.S.C. § 501(b)
A common example of a beneficial owner is the real or true owner of funds held by a nominee bank or for stocks held in the name of a brokerage firm.
Random information on the term “LION”:
Lion was a weekly British comics periodical published by Fleetway (a subsidiary of IPC, the International Publishing Corporation) from 23 February 1952 to 18 May 1974. It lasted for 1,156 issues.
Lion was first published on 23 February 1952, and was a weekly boys’ adventure comic designed to compete with Eagle, the popular weekly comic that had introduced Dan Dare. Lion's first issue contained a mix of text stories and comic strips; its flagship story was Captain Condor – Space Ship Pilot, a science fiction adventure in the Dan Dare mould. The premiere issue also contained the first adventure of Robot Archie (called The Jungle Robot in early adventures) who would go on to become one of the title’s most popular characters. The most popular story was Paddy Payne written by Val Holding and drawn by Joe Colquhoun. Reg “Skipper” Clarke ran the letters feature.
Editor Bernard Smith was always proud to say that he had the latest issue of Lion delivered to Buckingham Palace every Friday, the young Prince Charles being an avid reader. In 1960, Prince Charles was 11 years old.