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incorporation

n. the act of incorporating an organization. (See: corporation, incorporate)

incorporation

the process of forming an association that has corporate personality. See CORPORATION.

INCORPORATION. This term is frequently confounded, particularly in the old books, with corporation. The distinction between them is this, that by incorporation is understood the act by which a corporation is created; by corporation is meant the body thus created. Vide Corporation.

INCORPORATION, civil law. The union of one domain to another.

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The Secretary of State said that, thanks to Law 19.670, the incorporation of 30 electric buses in public transport is expected before the end of the year.
Farnsworth said he felt like the meetings were balanced at first, with ample time for those for and against incorporation but eventually were overtaken by those in favor.
Ressa said the CA ruling agreed with Rappler over several points including that "the SEC's revocation of our certificate of incorporation is wrong."
Apart from this, the ministry will introduce zero fee for incorporation of all companies with authorised capital up to Rs.10 lakh.
Oman Orix shareholders at the company's EGM last week approved the dissolution of the company and its merger by incorporation into National Finance.
Chambers presents readers with a collection of interviews conducted with members of the Somali immigrant community in the Twin Cities of Minnesota and Columbus, Ohio examining issues of immigrant incorporation in American society.
Yet, it found no indications that the article pertaining to the newspaper's 50-year corporate term had been amended since its incorporation in 1959.
Planting methods; direct seeding with and without crop residue (wheat) incorporation @ 2 t/ha were kept in main plots and various P doses (0, 40, 80 and 120 kg [P.sub.2][O.sub.5]/ha) were applied in sub plots.
According to the report, a study of a representative sample of 408 organizations in 20 states that make articles of incorporation viewable online at no cost found that:
More importantly, while Japan and Korea, both known to be culturally and ethnically homogeneous societies, have generally regarded a majority of the foreign population in their countries as temporary sojourners who will eventually return to their home countries, a growing number of foreign residents in the two countries have become permanent settlers, raising crucial policy concerns regarding immigrant incorporation.
A long term field study using permanent layout was conducted to investigate the effect of P application (0, 40, 80, 120 kg P2O5 ha-1) with and without crop residue (CR) incorporation on growth and yield of direct seeded rice (DSR) and wheat crop under saline-sodic soil (ECe = 6.63 dS m-1; pHs = 8.31; SAR = 17.39 (mmolc L-1)1/2; CaCO3 = 3.47%; Extractable P = 3.92 mg kg-1; sandy loam) during growth seasons 2011 and 2012 at Soil Salinity Research Institute (SSRI) Farm, Pindi Bhattian.
Municipal incorporation creates a new city, town or village from a previously unincorporated community.