(redirected from relinquishments)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
References in periodicals archive ?
Major General S.W Lalith Daulagala who was serving as the Commandant, Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force (SLAVF) has been appointed as Director General Projects of the Army Headquarters after relinquishment of his office at SLAVF.
Major General N.J Walgama after relinquishment of his office at the Sapugaskanda Defence Services Command and Staff College has been appointed as the Commander, Security Force Headquarters - East.
Brigadier D.S Weerasekara, Director General Projects at Army Headquarters has been attached to the Army Headquarters upon relinquishment of his current office.
Writing from a feminist perspective, using powerful, in-depth interviews with birth mothers, Kelly provides information about how they experienced the pregnancy and relinquishment. She reports on how the reunion affected the mothers, the positive and negative aspects of these reunions and the development of post-reunion relationships.
Though he did not succeed in the land lottery, in which filers' names were drawn at random for allotments, he did purchase a relinquishment (a sale of a claim originally acquired through the land lottery) later that year and settled on it in 1905.
After purchasing a relinquishment, he settles into improving his property and begins searching for a suitable--that is, black--wife.
Eden, like his counterparts Devereaux and Baptiste, begins his accumulations with his own quarter-section relinquishment. He then adds to his holdings through the home-steading of his sister and grandmother and through purchases of land already developed by others.
With Linda now dead, Deborah learns that, if she can prove residency on Linda's claim before Crook can file his purchase of the relinquishment, she will be awarded the property under the rights of prior residence.
This is not to imply that there are no instances where the IRS has accepted the defense such distributions were outright gifts rather than relinquishments of the IRC Sec.
Rather, these distributions were considered relinquishments of the grantor's power to revoke a portion of the trust.
As the trust instrument did not permit distributions to anyone other than the grantor during the grantor's lifetime, the IRS concluded that the distributions were essentially withdrawals and not relinquishments of the power to revoke.
The court concluded, however, that the power of the grantor to direct the withdrawal of the trust assets did not constitute a relinquishment of any of the grantor's revocable powers.