WHAT DOES VESTED MEAN?
1)Present ownership rights.
2)Defines the availability for a participant to an entitlement such as an option or share holding.
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"1. held completely, permanently, and inalienably: vested rights. "
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Law. Settled, fixed, or absolute; being without contingency: a vested right.
Dressed or clothed, especially in ecclesiastical vestments.
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