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In addition, a lower court judge recently voided as against public policy an agreement (referred to as a "stipulation" in the decision) whereby a landlord agreed, in exchange for a substantial increase in rent, to forebear in commencing a non-primary residence proceeding against the tenant.
For the period commencing on January 1, 1994, and ending on December 31, 1994, the exemption applies to the taxes imposed by the State of California (i.
Effective dates: The regulations are proposed to be effective for bankruptcy cases commencing on or after Nov.
The company plans to drill up to 20 replacement wells prior to commencing Phase I of waterflood operations in its Cockrell Ranch Unit.
Commencing construction on the 147 acre Cloverdale facility, a $170 million project, continues Altra's current phase of its strategic plan to build 500 million gallons per year (MMGY) of biofuel production capacity across the nation through the acquisition and enhancement of existing operating assets as well as the development of strategically located and permitted sites with state-of-the-art biofuel refining technology.
The Board of Trustees declared a dividend for the period commencing July 15, 2006 and ending October 14, 2006 of $0.