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ascertainable

adjective answerable, certifiable, cognizable, comprehensible, confirmable, decipherable, definable, demonstrable, determinable, discernible, distinguishable, evincible, explainable, fixable, knowable, learnable, perceptible, recognizable, verifiable
Associated concepts: ascertainable consequences, ascertainnble damages, ascertainable debt, ascertainable loss
See also: appreciable, cognizable, comprehensible, deductible, perceptible, ponderable, provable, solvable
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in California, "[r]equiring an objectively ascertainable class is
According to the court, the report did not identify any specific facts that showed that the estimated amount of the California income tax claim was ascertainable with reasonable certainty as of the date of Naify's death and that, in fact, the report showed that Naify had gone to considerable efforts to avoid having to pay any tax on the $660 million gain.
Reasonably Ascertainable Amounts--The first exception allows deductions for claims or expenses when the amount is ascertainable with reasonable certainty and will be paid.
Certainly, it was not ascertainable while the patient was treating with Dr.
46) It also should be noted that in 2004 the section was amended by the deletion of the words "or any other ascertainable standard" in the second alternative, following the Internal Revenue Code reference.
Information generally known or readily ascertainable is outside of the statutory protection of the Act protecting "trade secrets.
Call me old fashioned, but sometimes the truth is even ascertainable.
If the donor names himself as trustee of a gift in trust and, therefore, has a beneficial interest in property, no gift tax is owed if the trustee transfers the property subject to a power that is limited by a reasonable fixed or ascertainable standard which is set forth in the trust instrument.
Because the shares in RBNB were held through a series of companies in such a way that the identity of the shareholders was not publicly ascertainable, his application was turned down.
Statistically Ascertainable Differences in Creative Styles in Relation to Religious Variables.
The budget request includes funding for new and ongoing improvements to the B-2 stealth bomber fleet, but the amount of the funding was not immediately ascertainable.
I cannot say if she died from natural causes because it was not ascertainable.