To bring about these reforms without too roughly jarring the existing state of things or incurring
a Saint-Bartholomew of clerks, Rabourdin considered that an evolution of twenty years would be required.
He had striven to help the unfortunate Harrison at the risk of incurring
Wolf Larsen's anger.
Such a "but for" causation test, however, is not apparent from the text's "ordinary, common meaning" The statute demands not a subjective and hypothetical inquiry but, rather, an objective determination of whether the particular cost is one peculiar to trusts and that individuals are incapable of incurring
Thereafter, Aviall initiated a voluntary cleanup of the environmental contamination, incurring
significant costs in the process.
Therefore, lenders should try to avoid incurring
loan expenses directly, to the extent paid to third parties.
tax by making foreign tax credits available through operation of the Subpart F provisions, Of course, when the gain increases the CFC's accumulated earnings without incurring
a foreign tax, it often reduces the foreign tax credit mechanism's effectiveness.
Under the terms of the agreement, Paramount can vest in the AGA by incurring
a minimum expenditure of US$3,000,000 over 3 years, with US$1,000,000 in expenditures (including a minimum of 3,000 metres of drilling on 3 properties) per year.
If a taxpayer has a history of incurring
a specific expense that is attributable to income earned throughout the year, but is not incurred until the end of the first year or after, for the applicable annualization period, the taxpayer could take into account the expense amount properly allocable to such period (Prop.
Taxpayers are currently incurring
expenses in many other areas that we believe warrant public guidance similar to that promulgated Rev.
If Tenant's lease term shall have expired at the time of making of such expenditures or incurring
of such obligations, such sums shall be recoverable by Owner, as damages.
V-LIT) who may earn a 50% interest by incurring
expenditures of $2,000,000 over three years, issuing 500,000 shares of LIT (issued), and making cash payments of $100,000 ($70,000 paid).
It is not critical to inquire whether a taxpayer really had to incur a particular expense, such as paying an employee's or agent's legal fees, if incurring
such an expense was "appropriate or helpful.