Coverage of mortgage by insurance against the risk of loss
A liability is recourse to the extent that a partner or a related person bears the economic risk of loss
for that liability under Regs.
In this case, the risk of loss
is not transferred from the seller to the buyer until the produce is delivered to the contract destination.
Although the second owner of the LLC, IO, does not bear direct risk of loss
, the IRS argued it should be allocated part of the loan since it is a related party to Forsythe, who does bear the risk of loss
Title transfer is a legal question and generally determines when risk of loss
and control passes from the seller to the buyer.
The original framework assessed capital mainly in relation to credit risk (the risk of loss
due to the failure of a counterparty to meet its obligations) and addressed other risks only implicity, effectively loading all regulatory capital requirements on measures of credit risk.
RAID-5 (striped parity): During a single disk failure, data is at risk of loss
because there is no redundancy.
If passed, the legislation would effectively pass the risk of loss
for defects in design and construction to the owner after seven years from the certificate of occupancy issue date.
On the down side, the facility needs additional business office personnel, assumes the risk of loss
from bad debts and rejected claims, and may see cash flow restricted.
In either case, the IRS reasoned, the taxpayer would have the benefits and burdens of ownership, and the opportunity for gain and risk of loss
on a sale to a third party.
A partnership liability is recourse to the extent that one or more partners (or a related person) bear the economic risk of loss
for the liability.
For the sale to be valid, the controlling shareholder must have taken an equity interest in the property and assumed the risk of loss