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Accordingly, subject to the discretion of the court, a pledgee bank may own the pledged shares after obtaining a court order.
Value of pledged property: The final regulations provide that, if additional property is made subject to a pledge, it is treated as a new pledge and the net FMV of all of the pledged property must be determined at that time.
Most of those who pledged virginity did have sex before marriage (and before the date of the study interview).
In total, the pledged patents cover a wide breadth, including patents on important interoperability features of operating systems and databases, as well as internet, user interface, and language processing technologies.
Pledged taxes in aggregate have increased annually, growing an average 3.
In some cases, the taxpayer will have the right to substitute cash or other collateral for the pledged shares.
Estimates for growth in the other pledged revenues are modest.
We have not found a case in which the redeemed stock was pledged by the corporation to the redeemed shareholder.
New revenues pledged by the bank in 2006 are expected to be leveraged to finance additional project commitments.
TRFs currently represent 35% of pledged revenues, while federal highway reimbursement funds equal 44%.
Fitch views this as important, since pledged revenues are closely linked to on-track attendance.
Security provisions are strong and include the requirement that the Nation comply with a rate covenant that requires that health care system revenues net of operations and maintenance (including revenues from the federal government under grant programs, which are not pledged to bondholders) equal 1.