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reassign

verb assign again, change, commit again, consign again, deal again, portion out again, reallocate, reappoint, reappropriate, recommission, redistribute, redivide, reengage, reinstall, rezone, transfer
Associated concepts: reassign a case
See also: reapportion, recover, redistribute, relocate, remand
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The IRS ordinarily will reassign the EIN of a corporation to a successor LLC if the corporation converted to an LLC under state law, but the steps involved vary based on local law.
When dot-coins file for bankruptcy, however, the lease is often the only substantial asset the company has left and many dot-corns try to reassign it to pay off creditors.
It is not my desire to reassign officers out of their current assignments, but it is the only way the Department can maintain the level of front-line resources that are essential for the protection of the public's safety," Beck wrote.
I see the government's decree that reassigns governors as a preparation for the elections," said Korkmaz, who is also a member of the constitutional commission, adding: "They [AK Party] are assigning 100 percent-compliant governors, who act like AKP [AK Party] provincial heads, before the election.
We've never had to reassign teachers, but it's coming,'' he said.
Our members will receive improved wages and benefits, while the company has increased flexibility to reassign employees.
This productivity improvement has allowed Westfalia to reduce its order entry staff from 28 to 15, and reassign 13 employees to more productive roles within the company.
In addition, Bratton plans to reassign some of the 1,400 detectives to high-crime areas, much like he did with patrol and speciality enforcement units earlier this year.
We have been able to reassign two and a half employee positions, along with the elimination of the cost of a courier, while adding the workload from eight new physicians.