to a person

to a person

Unanimously; true of all people involved; without exception among those being described. The board decided, to a person, to request the CEO's resignation. To a person, I don't know a single person in our group who doesn't think this is a bad idea.
See also: person
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152(a)(1)-(8) (without regard to qualification as a dependent) to a person described in items 1-4 above, or a descendant of the taxpayer's grandparent.
Further, the person making the disclaimer cannot receive the interest or any of its benefits; and, as a result of the disclaimer, the interest must pass, without any direction on the disclaimant's part, to the decedent's spouse or to a person other than the disclaimant.
Lenders related to a person with an interest other than as a creditor are also prohibited from being at-risk.
1.83-7T, however, this does not apply to sales or dispositions of NQSOs to a person related to the service provider that occur after July 1, 2003.
Every annuity given to a person, if living, is contingent on that person's survival; yet life annuities, as such, are not excluded by the statute or the regulations.
Within 180 days of the transfer of QIO to the EAT, the parked property must either be transferred to the taxpayer as replacement property or to a person other than the taxpayer as relinquished property.