contingent interest

contingent interest

n. an interest in real property which, according to the deed (or a will or trust), a party will receive only if a certain event occurs or certain circumstances happen. Examples: surviving a person who had a life estate (the right to use the property for his/her life), or having children at the time such a life estate ends. (See: contingent, contingent remainder, future interest)

See: claim, right
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March 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Union Pacific Railroad Company announced today that it has determined the contingent interest and sinking fund payments due in respect of Available Net Income for 2014 under the terms of certain bonds and debentures originally issued by the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company (MPRR).
Welcoming it as a "good transaction" for stakeholders, MOG added : "Rockhopper's offer represents an opportunity for MOG shareholders to receive shares in Rockhopper, while still retaining a contingent interest in the high risk exploration well offshore Malta that will spud in the next few days".
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For instruments with variable or contingent interest payments, taxpayers must apply special OID rules for determining the adjusted yield.
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Contingent interest will be payable for the period October 1, 2012 until March 31, 2013.
776696AA4) (the "Notes") will accrue contingent interest for the semi-annual period beginning July 16, 2014.
Taxpayers may attempt to use debt instruments with contingent interest features to avoid IRC section 897.
There would be no sharing arrangement or contingent interest between Sinclair and the Birmingham Buyer, except possibly a transitional shared facilities agreement as discussed below.
The taxpayer argued that the estate's contingent interest should not be considered in the calculation, resulting in a $6,000 gift to each beneficiary.
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