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RELOCATION, Scotch law, contracts. To let again to renew a lease, is called a relocation.
     2. When a tenant holds over after the expiration of his lease, with the consent of his landlord, this will amount to a relocation.

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For many managers who are assigned the responsibility for relocation, this is a once-in-a-career situation, and they are unaware of the many complexities involved.
The company focuses on customer service excellence, close attention to the specific needs of clients, and technology that provides what it calls "a new level in Japan relocation support services.
The logistics of moving to a new city can be daunting, but one company strives to put your mind at ease--Chicago-based Alliance Relocation Services L.
The relocation was performed by Badger to comply with its obligation under the permit from IDOT and to continue use of the pipeline in the ordinary and normal course of its business.
The EITF observed that costs related to exit, termination and relocation plans that were recorded as part of a purchased entity under this Issue were not preacquisition contingencies accounted for under FASB Statement no.
Recently, our company was acquired by SIRVA, one of the world's leading relocation services firms.
We offer Relocation and Orientation services in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya.
Typical relocation expenses include legal and consulting fees for feasibility studies, architectural planning, engineering services, contract negotiations, computer installations and other professional services, as well as the cost of physically moving machinery, equipment and office furniture.
As long as the relocation does not result in a material change in the equipment's physical or mechanical characteristics or in an extension of its useful life, and the move is not part of a general plan for improvement, the labor and transportation costs are deductible.