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The limited warranty must be extended to the first owner of the home and survive the passing of title but may exclude any, or all, subsequent owners.
Those defending accounting malpractice, cases may welcome the ability to use Daubert to exclude testimony offered by plaintiff's experts that is implausible and below professional standards.
Equinix excludes depreciation expense as these charges primarily relate to the initial construction costs of our IBX centers and IBX expansion projects or acquired IBX centers and do not reflect our current or future cash spending levels to support our business.
Skipping a generation excludes the property from the probate and taxable estates of the first generation.
On their joint return for the year of sale, T and M should report a taxable gain of $84,000 ($334,000-$250,000), because they are entitled to exclude the sum of each spouse's dollar limit amount, determined on a separate basis, as if they had not been married (zero for T, $250,000 for M).
381(a) that ends in a year in which the transferor corporation excludes COD income under Sec.
This accounting treatment excludes the Music segment results from the presentation of continuing results of operations for all periods presented.
108(a) excludes COD income to the extent of an insolvency (if applicable), or entirely when the discharge occurs in a Title 11 case (i.
In the calculation of earnings, gross margin and operating expenses before amortization of acquired intangibles and special charges, Mentor Graphics excludes amortization of acquired intangibles and write-offs of in-process R&D from acquisitions.
108(a)(1)(B) excludes DOI income from gross income if the discharge occurs when a taxpayer is insolvent.
1 million, or 1 cent per diluted share, which excludes non-recurring incremental pre-opening, transition, training, relocation and store closing expenses related to the company's purchase of real property and lease rights from Quality Stores, Inc.
If this excess amount is less than the amount he normally excludes from income, he should consider putting some of the sales proceeds in an investment account and financing a larger part of the purchase price.