Here's a look at the deal termination
provisions included in the agreements, and in the related documents sent to shareholders with the agreements.
* Review the employee's personnel file and other documentation to see if it supports the basis for termination
The homeowners' counsel, however, contended that the termination
statute could and should be applied retroactively.
1.263(a)-4 to the Taxpayer's facts, the IRS concluded that payment of the termination
fee did not create an intangible asset as described in Regs.
As well as clearly setting out contractually agreed termination
rights, it is important that the contract provides that it may be terminated without a court order.
Three sections of the UCC are relevant in determining whether the filing of a UCC-3 termination
effectively terminates the perfection of a security interest.
We included dichotomous indicators for four five-year time periods: 1989-1993, 1994-1998, 1999-2003 and 2004-2008 ([double dagger]) We expected that the likelihood of pregnancy termination
has increased as the cost of raising children has risen in Bangladesh, ([section]) though the decrease that has occurred in the incidence of unintended pregnancy (14,15) could have offset this.
fee, also called a break-up fee, can be a beneficial tool for companies undertaking some form of M&A activity.
Insurers that contend that EPLI policies never provide coverage for wrongful termination
and retaliation claims in California base their argument on Section 533 of the California Insurance Code.
Top-down x-ray image of QFN with variable edge termination
Self-induced pregnancy termination
also has economic costs: for example, a recent study by Benson et at.
The ordinary dictionary meaning of 'termination
' is to 'end' something, although the dictionary states that the secondary meaning of 'termination
' in the context of 'termination
of pregnancy' is 'an abortion'.