bifurcate


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On the motion of the plaintiff's counsel, or defense counsel, or on my own motion, I have granted motions to bifurcate on other cases which will be on future calendars.
1015-4, which bifurcates a part sale-part gift into its two components, and Treas.
This approach would clearly bifurcate the warrant grants between the two objectives.
If the Treasury were to bifurcate "plain vanilla" convertibles into a debt instrument and a warrant, there could be serious repercussions in many areas, including OID and reorganizations.
Normal life remained crippled for the second day today in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions where a shutdown is being observed to protest the Centre's decision to bifurcate the state.
We believe they can bifurcate an already existing assessment district,'' said Dan Miller, a Valley VOTE consultant.