Pursuant


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Pursuant

According to a prescribed method or some authority. To follow after or follow out; to execute or carry out by reason of something.

To do an act pursuant to the law is to conform to the requirements of a statute.

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Example 1: Pursuant to Country Q's merger statutes, Corporation Z and Corporation Y, each incorporated under the laws of Q, combine in a transaction in which all of Z's assets become assets of Y, and, in the transaction, Z ceases its separate legal existence.
4) providing agency transactional services for customer investments pursuant to section 225.
Hence, wherever the parties to a transaction operate in concert pursuant to a binding commitment, agreement, or understanding, the presumption of a section 355(e) plan arises.
Example 1 (Exception 1): A and B divorced in 1999 pursuant to an agreement dated Feb.
The employer or other corporation transferring stock pursuant to the exercise of an ISO must file an information return and must provide to the transferee, by January 31 of the calendar year following the transfer, a written statement with specified information relating to each transfer.
As a result of this requirement, ISOs may not be transferred between spouses pursuant to a divorce.
A entered into an agreement with the school district in 1977 pursuant to which the school district contributed 7 percent of A's salary, on A's behalf, to the state's qualified pension plan.
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