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What is Beneficial Owner

Legalese Explained:
1) This is a legal term for the person who has the right to live in a property or use the property as they wish. This does not mean that they own the property but that they might be, e.g., a leaseholder.br>
2) Used to refer to shares that are held in nominee accounts.

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