intangible property


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intangible property

n. items such as stock in a company which represent value but are not actual, tangible objects.

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The exemption would not apply to the sale of taxable services, prepared food, motor vehicles, motor vehicle parts, tangible or intangible property used to access telecommunications services, tangible or intangible property provided by a utility, or alcohol and tobacco products.
The themes are the boundaries of tangible and intangible property, and the doctrinal issues regarding the acquisition, content, and destruction of property rights.
The notice addresses the sourcing of receipts from the sale of services and the rental, lease, or license of intangible property, as well as when certain receipts are to be excluded from sales altogether.
Issues in connection with the sale of intangible property, including interest and dividends; and
Additionally, debt under the credit facility is guaranteed by some of the company's US subsidiaries and secured by a first priority security interest in certain tangible and intangible property and assets of some of its subsidiaries.
Christy's transfer pricing knowledge covers a wide range of technical areas including: controversy management, alternative dispute resolution, tax and supply chain restructuring, financial modeling, intangible asset valuation, M&A due diligence, cost sharing arrangements, intangible property licensing and migration, tangibles and services benchmarking, and global planning and documentation studies.
It is also noted that while real estate market value is affected by intangible property rights, it is also affected by other intangibles (e.
The nonbinding letter of intent has been signed for the acquisition of business assets including R and D, USA, LLC's means of production of soy meal and soy oil products and non-GMO products, certified organic products, refined oils, agricultural oils, and other related specialty fertilizer crop products, including all intellectual and intangible property.
Governments establish patent box regimes to encourage businesses to develop, own and exploit intangible property in their jurisdictions.
to the extent the purchaser of the service received the benefit of the service in this state," "[s]ales from intangible property .
Additionally, the proposed regulations would eliminate the 20-year limitation for the useful life of intangible property under the Sec.
resident to transfer intangible property interests tax-free.