acquiesced in

See: consensual
References in classic literature ?
She could not bear to see him suffering, to know him fancying himself neglected; and though her understanding almost acquiesced in the assurance of both the Mr.
The executioner also readily acquiesced in the proposal, making only one condition, -- that of being paid in advance.
Just try to imagine what would happen if the state acquiesced in such a demand.
And, of course, the Lib Dems have also acquiesced in savage cuts to local council services, with the North East bearing an unfair share of the cuts compared to other better-off parts of the country.
The IRS has acquiesced in Farmland Industries, Inc., TC Memo 1999-338 (AOD CC 2001-03).
The IRS later acquiesced in Eisenberg (see IRB 1999-4, 4); it agreed that the FMV can be reduced, for estate or gift tax purposes, by the potential capital gains tax liability.
While the IRS acquiesced in Eisenberg, the Tax Court has not yet decided whether a discount for built-in gains will be a separate discount or part of the lack-of-marketability discount.
The IRS has acquiesced in the Second Circuit's decision (AOD 1999-001).
Three tests must be met for the doctrine to apply: (1) the taxpayer made a representation of fact or reported an item for tax purposes in one tax year; (2) the INS acquiesced in or relied on that fact for that year; and (3) the taxpayer desires to change the representation previously made in a later tax year after the earlier year has been closed by the statute of limitations.
In August 1997, the IRS acquiesced in the case of May Department Stores Company, 11/4/96, which stated that interest does not accrue during the time the Service has the full use of the money deposited.
The Tax Court held for the estate and the Service originally acquiesced in this decision.
Recognizing that a majority of the circuits had held against it, the IRS recently announced that it had acquiesced in the decision in Lauckner (AOD 1996-006).