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The circuit court disagreed, finding that Debtors held a fixed property interest in their 2015 tax refunds as of midnight of December 31, 2015, and that a tax refund is an intangible under the control of the debtor because the debtor makes the ultimate decision whether to file a tax return.
The software makes it easier to optimise asset usage, shrink costs, and manage capital expenditures, and is expected to improve SAM's return on its assets, including fixed property, plant, and equipment.
Efforts are needed to develop housing finance products based on market prices and rentals vis-a-vis current practice of fixed property prices and KIBOR-linked rentals.
Four per cent fixed property registration fees are mandated by the government on the sales of Dubai properties.
Going forward, efforts will be made to develop housing finance product(s) based on market prices and rentals vis-a-vis the current practice of fixed property prices and KIBOR (Karachi Interbank Offered Rate) linked rentals.
The work team, charged with examining the second paper under the theme of (the economic situation of Arab women in Islam between the texts, applications and practices), noted women's right to own a property, whether it's a fixed property or an asset, as long as it is legitimate, as well as their right to practice financial investment and ownership of companies or be partners in them.
Moving to a flexible work model without a fixed property lease can allow businesses to be more agile and free-up cash for investment without relying on credit at a time when it is so difficult to secure.
The lease takes the form of an easy-to-use eight page proforma, providing the tenant with fixed property costs and a clear picture of the responsibilities they are signing up to.
She said a number of tax proposals will be introduced during the course of 2012 and these include: a differentiated rate on the export of natural resources; a revised Corporate Income Tax for non-diamond mining companies; an environmental levy on a range of environmentally harmful products, and a transfer duty on the sale of shares in companies owning fixed property and mineral rights or licences.
This capacity to meet financial commitments is underpinned by the central government backing and the metropolitan's strong municipal tax and fixed property receipts, careful budgeting and stern fiscal and debt control.
5 billion is available per occurrence for fixed property exposures with coverage available for earthquake and flood.
Some credit may be given to the Government for its attempt, as reported in this issue of The Sofia Echo, to facilitate the granting of visas to non-EU nationals who own fixed property in Bulgaria.