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elect

(Choose), verb creare, decide, deligere, deterrine in favor of, distinguish by special selection, eligere, eliminate the alternatives, exercise an option, exercise dissretion, make a choice, make a selection, name, opt for, pick, select, settle on, will
Associated concepts: election of remedies, election of rights, election under a will, equitable election, right of election

elect

(Select by a vote), verb appoint by vote, cast the majority of ballots for, choose for office, designate for office by vote, place in office, select for office, vote into office
Associated concepts: election by ballot, election contest, election day, election district, election laws, election reeurns, electioneering, elective office, general election, nooice of election, popular election, primary election, public election, regular election, special election
See also: adopt, choose, decide, entrust, intend, prefer, premium, select, vote
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There will also great danger arise from the manner of electing the senate, when those who are elected themselves are afterwards to elect others; for by this means, if a certain number choose to combine together, though not very considerable, the election will always fall according to their pleasure.
If a large LLC elects to pay the imputed tax, the LLC, not the members, is subject to the interest thereon, as well as any penalties.
In essence, the employer pays a $120 monthly subsidy for each employee who elects such coverage.
Provided the Democrats remain behind Bustamante when the Assembly formally elects a leader Dec.
is a financial services company that elects to be treated as a real estate investment trust (REIT) for federal income tax purposes.
If the taxpayer elects the fixed-numberof-years method and his or her estate is the named beneficiary, at the taxpayer's death the estate can assign the remaining installments to the estate's beneficiaries to avoid prolonged estate administration.
2632-1, the taxpayer elects to allocate the smallest amount of the taxpayer's GST exemption necessary to provide a zero inclusion ratio (as defined in Set.
In addition, if the spouse who files as married filing separately elects to itemize deductions, may the spouse who files as head of household claim the standard deduction for head of household status?
The taxpayer formally elects to amortize the discount and properly includes the annual amortization as additional ordinary income.
This option potentially results in the constructive receipt of income in 1998, even if the taxpayer elects to receive the payments in 1999.
Also, if a shareholder owns brother-sister S corporations, contributes stock of one to the other and elects QSSS status for the new subsidiary, the step-transaction doctrine may make this group of transactions taxable.