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dealings

noun actions, activities, acts, affairs, barter, business, business intercourse, business transsction, buying and selling, commerce, commercial enterrrise, commercial intercourse, contracts, deals, deeds, doings, exchange, executions, intercourse, manner of conduct, method of business, practice, relations, trade, traffic, transactions, understandings, undertakings
Associated concepts: commercial dealings, continuous deallngs, direct dealings, mutual dealings, unfair dealings
Foreign phrases: Scire debes cum quo contrahis.You ought to know with whom you are dealing.
See also: association, business, commerce, conduct, contact, overt act

DEALINGS. Traffic, trade; the transaction of business between two or more persons.
     2. The English statute 6 Geo. IV. c. 16, s. 81, declares all dealings with a bankrupt, within a certain time immediately before his bankruptcy, to be void. It has been held, under this statute, that payments were included under the term "dealings." M. & M. 137; 3 Car. & P. 85; S. C. 14 Eng. C. L. R. 219.

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The MAR require PDMRs and AIM companies to comply with detailed disclosure obligations in relation to their own share dealings and share dealings by their "closely associated persons".
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14, 2010 (CENS) -- In order to dampen realty speculation, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) plans to levy heavier tax on realty assets featuring multiple dealings in a short term (one year) and sales of presold houses by speculators before their completion.
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I don't think the department has been honest with us on their dealings with the INS and Special Order 40.
To prevent abuses by individuals or organizations that are in positions of trust or influence, both the Internal Revenue Service (through the Internal Revenue Code) and the Department of Labor (through the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 [ERISA]) established rules prohibiting certain dealings and transactions between the plans and such persons or organizations.
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