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liquidate

tv. to kill someone. (Underworld.) They used a machine gun to liquidate a few troublesome characters.
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Under the terms of the agreement, TMC and its affiliate will collectively invest CDN$4,750,000 in cash in Liquidation World, and TMC will sell its U.
When a company is placed into liquidation, the Department of Financial Services continues as receiver, but the Florida Insurance Guaranty Association is tapped to help pay outstanding claims.
At first glance, the rules for a complete liquidation of a partner's interest appear simple.
THE PRACTITIONER SHOULD ADVISE the client to terminate employment and noncompete agreements with shareholders before liquidation.
Before the repeal of the General Utilities doctrine, partial liquidation treatment was highly prized.
The task force focused on expansion and clarification of three value definitions: Market value, liquidation value, and disposition value.
If a defaulted loan is more likely to be resolved via REO liquidation than any other method, a higher loss severity should be expected,' stated Bach.
00am respective for the purpose of receiving the liquidation report etc.
A liquidation followed by a reincorporation can be used to obtain a basis increase in property in a new corporation's hands; however, the increased basis is acquired at a cost.
The state of New Jersey filed an order of liquidation on March 24, 2004, which became effective June 30.
Genesee Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: GENBA, GENBB) today issued its statement of net assets in liquidation and statement of changes in net assets in liquidation as of and for the fiscal 2004 third quarter ended January 31, 2004.
Liquidation" refers to the ascertainment of the customs duties occurring on entry of the product and, with certain exceptions, becomes final (and conclusive for both parties) 90 days after Customs' posting of the notice of liquidation (unless a protest is filed).
A partial liquidation distribution, although resembling a dividend or pro rata stock buyback, is nevertheless treated by the recipient shareholder as a sale or exchange of stock, thus giving rise to a capital gain.
This asset sale, expected to close in the first quarter of 2007, is an initial step in the liquidation of Tripos.
338(h)(10) election is a deemed liquidation of "old" T into P immediately after the deemed sale of "old" T's assets.