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continuation

(Prolongation), noun addition, adsiduitas, augmentation, continuance, continuatio, extension, lengthening, maintenance, perpetuation, perseverance, persistence, preservation, protraction, stretching, sustaining, sustenance
Associated concepts: continuation of a business, continuaaion of a condition, continuation of a fact, continuation of a lien, continuation of an easement, continuation of service

continuation

(Resumption), noun carrying on, fresh start, new beginning, new start, proceeding, reestablishment, recommencement, recurrence, reinstitution, renewal, reopening, restoration, return, reversion, supplementation
Associated concepts: continuation of a proceeding, continuution of a suit
See also: adjournment, appendix, continuance, continuity, extension, longevity, perpetuity, rider, supplement, survival
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progenitor applications that resulted in continuations.
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13) Serialized continuations can be exercised at any point during
129 continuations (R129s), and File Wrapper continuations (FWCs).
pending application), (3) number of continuations in the application
of RCEs and continuations filed within an application family.
application family has two or fewer continuations and one or no RCE.
1) Scenario One (Two or Fewer Continuations and One or No RCE)
For example, if ABCD (owned by A, 20%, B, 30%, C, 30% and D, 20%) transferred a portion of its assets to a newly created partnership, Newco, and distributed Newco interests to partners B and C in partial liquidation of their ABCD interests, both ABCD and Newco would be resulting partnerships that are continuations of ABCD.
708 and the current regulations provide rules for identifying, for Federal income tax purposes, whether the resulting partnership (1) of a merger is a continuation of one of the merging partnerships and (2) of a division is a continuation of the prior partnership, neither the statute nor the regulations prescribe a particular form of merger or division.
708(b)(2)(A) provides that the resulting partnership is a continuation of the merging partnership whose partners own aggregate interests of more than 50% in the resulting partnership's capital and profits; all other merging partnerships are deemed terminated.
ABCD is deemed a continuation of BC, because B and C own more than 50% of ABCD; AB and CD are deemed terminated.