bona fides


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bona fides

GOOD FAITH.
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2053(c)(1) limits such claims to those that were contracted for bona fide and for an adequate and full consideration in money or money's worth.
It started within a month, when he accepted the notion that the White House had to provide its bona fides in the form of arms demanded by and given to the "dissidents," who turned out to be elements of the Khomeini regime.
The transfer of S stock was analyzed first as to the bona fides of the transfer as to who was the appropriate taxpayer, and second as to whether such a situation (which clearly lacked economic reality) could, largely on an ipso facto basis, indicate fraud on the taxpayer's part.