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The amount of each series of Notes to be purchased may be prorated as set forth in the Offer to Purchase.
Interrogatories to parties in cases involving modification of a final judgment shall be those set forth in Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(c).
A Section 2119 Agreement should also set forth the time period which it covers.
Summary: Finance Minister Karim Djoudi on Saturday stressed the necessity to fully implement recommendations set forth by the previously Kuwait-held Arab Economic, Development and Social Summit last January.
Being American is about the principles and ideals set forth in our framing documents, namely, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Controlled services: The previously proposed regulations set forth a simplified cost-based method (SCBM) to preserve the Regs.
SERVICES: ACCOUNTANT shall perform the necessary professional services, including but not limited to, those hereinafter set forth in connection with an audit of all funds and of the books and accounts of the DISTRICT.
The IRS and Treasury anticipate issuing temporary and proposed regulations under [section] 1.6011-4 to remove the significant book-tax difference (currently set forth in [section] 1.6011-4(b)(6)) from the categories of reportable transactions.
The federal court applied the three-prong test set forth in Ossining to determine whether the parties' relationship was so close as to approach that of privity of contract and thus provide the contractor with the right to sue the architect.
This statutory provision and the interpretation set forth the criteria that an institution must meet to qualify for the so-called credit card bank exemption.
Practitioners performing attestation engagements under GAGAS are also required to follow the general standards set forth in Chapter 3 of the Yellow Book.
They are not factors in determining legal holds because these laws simply set forth proactive obligations to preserve records until the expiration specified retention or limitations period.