file under

file under (something)

To put something, often paperwork, in a file that has a particular name or designation. File these papers under "miscellaneous" for now—we'll get to them later.
See also: file

file under

v.
To store some document or information in a place with some name, label, or symbol associated with it: The contract was filed under her married name. The lawyer filed the documents under the appropriate heading.
See also: file
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Again, a young girl, more bold and saucy than was fitting, brushed the priest's black robe, singing in his face the sardonic ditty, "niche, niche, the devil is caught." Sometimes a group of squalid old crones, squatting in a file under the shadow of the steps to a porch, scolded noisily as the archdeacon and the bellringer passed, and tossed them this encouraging welcome, with a curse: "Hum!
persons required to file under either provision must attach Form 8865 to their 2000 U.S.
The proposed means-testing legislation would require debtors with income levels sufficient to repay part of their unsecured debts to file under Chapter 13--which says debtors must repay their debts over a three- to five-year period.
Individuals may file under any of the three chapters; businesses are allowed to file only under Chapters 7 and 11.
The most significant change recommended by the House and Senate is means testing to determine whether debtors are eligible to file under Chapter 7.
Under HR 3150, the bankruptcy trustee is required to file a report on each debtor's eligibility to file under Chapter 7.
This proposal may provide an incentive for debtors to forgo Chapter 13 and instead file under Chapter 7.
indirect partners would not have to file under Sec.
Top hat plans that failed to file their one-time statement with the DOL exempting them from future Forms 5500 can also file under the DFVC program.
Thus, such foreign corporations may take advantage of both extensions--to file under Regs.