1, 2019 and then continuing to serve a new term that expires
Matty Kennedy, Declan John and Ibrahim Meite are all out on loan with Portsmouth, Rangers and Crawley respectively, but will see their current deals with the Bluebirds expire
following the conclusion of the 2017-18 campaign.
Dianne Schmidt, EC Regional Chair - Regional Chair term expires
December 31, 2014
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(Bronx residential workers are in a different union local and not involved, and the contract for most superintendents does not expire
In addition, although there may be a basis reduction in T stock, basis will not be reduced below net asset basis; there is no similar "floor" if, instead, the loss is simply permitted to expire
Requiring a negative adjustment for expiring losses was a controversial provision when promulgated in the proposed regulations and attracted many critical comments.(22) To allay taxpayer concerns, the IRS provided an election in the final regulations to permit the acquiring company to forgo the use of the acquired company's losses.(23) This election must be made by filing a statement with the tax return for the year the subsidiary is acquired.(24) By making this election, the NOL or capital loss is deemed to expire
immediately before the subsidiary becomes a member of the acquiring consolidated group.
Not like in previous years when the only acknowledgement that the contract was about to expire
was an increase in production in the event of a strike.
Directors (Terms Expire
1991) Joe Bell Pacific Bronze, Ltd
Kathy Lippert of Oklahoma City was reappointed to serve for the remainder of a three-year term that expires