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In addition, the RSC paid the cost of maintaining the residence until a third party purchased the property, including mortgage and property tax expenses (although the employee continued to be legally responsibility for those items).
The initial victim jurisdiction did not include the original vendor's address on the registry; therefore, the letter and power of attorney form, drafted by the third party, likewise did not contain an address or any other contact information regarding the vendor it supposedly represented.
Fifth Third, which came by it dowdy name in a 1908 merger, has engineered 90 acquisitions in the last 25 years alone, averaging close to four banks takeovers a year.
The defense must win the third down and long situations to be successful.
Third Place: David Kolar, West Central Division (South Dakota); Paul Kolar, teacher
A person who provides personal, nonpublic information to obtain financial, investment or economic advisory services, regardless of whether there is a continuing customer relationship, is also entitled to notice prior to, and the ability to opt out of, any actual disclosure of such information to a non-affiliated third party.
While these notices generally are required to disclose categories of nonaffiliated third parties to whom there is disclosure of non-public information, the GLBA does not require that a practitioner specifically disclose to a client that independent third-party providers are used in performing services to clients (i.
According to the Insignia/ESG Third Quarter Commercial Market Report, 901,410 square feet of space was leased and 374,830 square feet absorbed in Fairfield County in the third quarter of 1999, bringing year-to-date totals to 3.
When a camp asks its insurance company to add a third party as an additional insured, the insurance coverage provided by the camp's liability policy is extended to the third party.
Seven of the jurors who convicted him, who were unaware the crime was Gordon's third strike until they read it in the newspaper, sent letters to the judge saying Gordon deserved to be punished, but not as if he were a murderer.
Thank you for your letter of April 6, 1994, in which you expressed concerns about the Service's practice of collecting third party information in transfer pricing cases.