For example, medical expenses or funeral expenses incurred by the participant or foreclosure on the participant's residence may give rise to an unforeseeable
Currently -- and regrettably -- this is far from unforeseeable
If the work is not unforeseeable
, the trader should absorb any extra costs.
Unless otherwise excepted, NQDC plans may allow a subsequent election to delay the timing or form of distributions only if the election cannot be effective for at least 12 months after it is made or 12 months before the first scheduled payment; and the plan requires the additional deferral be for a period of not less than five years from the date the payment would otherwise have been made except for distributions on account of death, disability or unforeseeable
Apart from the unforeseeable
impact of novel GE organisms on the natural environment, the book also highlights socio-ethical concerns pertaining to farmers' rights over their crops and seeds, patenting (a.
The inquest heard that his report concluded that 'if it was inconceivable after the event, it was surely unforeseeable
before the event'.
The court added that the city could not establish "proximate cause" because "the claimed harm is the aggregate result of numerous unforeseeable
intervening criminal acts by third parties not under defendants' control.
easyCar only offers full refunds for cancellations sparked by "unusual and unforeseeable
events" beyond a customers' control, including serious illness, natural disasters, government actions, war, riots or terrorism.
Conflating "risk" with "uncertainty" produces the unintended consequences of contingent and unforeseeable
liabilities for market practitioners.
The court ruled that while a hospital must provide adequate security, it cannot be held responsible for the unforeseeable
attacks of third parties.
Distributions later made on ac count of disability, death or unforeseeable
emergency are not subject to the 5-year role.
In general, the plan may allow participants to elect to delay payment or change the form of payment if the following conditions are satisfied: (a) the election change cannot be effective until at least 12 months after the date on which the new election is made; (b) the payment must be deferred for a period of at least five years from the date that the payment would otherwise have been made (but this requirement does not apply with respect to elections relating to distributions on account of death, disability, or unforeseeable
emergency); and (c) if the participant changes his election relating to a payment to be made at a specified time (or pursuant to a fixed schedule), the election must be made at least 12 months before the date of the first scheduled payment.