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In this type of arrangement, it is critical to comply with Internal Revenue Code Section 101(j), which requires a written and signed notice and consent form for employer-owned life insurance.
He also gave him an undated and fictitious signed notice to produce when municipality inspectors came for inspections.
According to Mr Meade, other options are asking a court to declare a company dissolution void and persuading the Treasury Solicitor to give up the Crown's rights to the property by way of signed notice.
While the lender's copy of the signed notice of right to cancel is good proof that the borrower received his or her copies, Congress recognized, on the other hand, that signing a document saying one has received a given disclosure does not prove receipt.
During the same period, approximately 82% of DPRs flowed through designated depository banks (DDBs) that have signed notice, consent and agreements (NC&As), irrevocably obligating them to send remittances through the offshore accounts controlled by the Indenture Trustee.
The Form of Election and Letter of Transmittal must be accompanied either by certificate(s) representing all the shares of North Pittsburgh common stock covered by the Form of Election and Letter of Transmittal or by a properly completed and signed notice of guaranteed delivery, as described in such instructions.
During the same period, approximately 91% of DPRs flowed through designated depository banks (DDBs) that have signed Notice, Consent and Agreements (NC&As), irrevocably obligating them to send remittances through the offshore accounts controlled by the Indenture Trustee.
To participate in the Settlement, you must submit a Proof of Claim or return a signed Notice of Recognized Loss no later than December 31, 2006.
Since February 2010, approximately 89% of DPRs flowed through designated depository banks (DDBs) that have signed Notice, Consent and Agreements (NC&As), irrevocably obligating them to send remittances through the offshore accounts controlled by the Indenture Trustee.
Any registered Coors stockholder wishing to change his or her vote on any of the proposals should, before the Coors special meeting, deliver a signed notice of revocation of proxy to the Secretary of Coors, or complete and submit a later-dated proxy card, or, in the alternative, attend the Coors special meeting and vote in person.
During the same period, approximately 82% of DPRs flow through designated depository banks (DDBs) that have signed Notice, Consent and Agreements (NC&As), irrevocably obligating them to send remittances through the offshore accounts controlled by the Indenture Trustee.
Designated obligors include American Express, Diner's Club, Discover and Republic National Bank of Miami on behalf of Visa and Master Card, each of which has signed notice and acknowledgments that obligate them to make payments directly into an offshore trust.