Subject to a

Subject to a (NY) can

Contingent upon trader's ability to cancel an order (on the indicated exchange).
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The shares of Y stock are subject to a restriction that will cause the stock to be "substantially nonvested" within the meaning of Regs.
83 provides that if, in connection with the performance of services, property is transferred to any person other than the service recipient, the excess of the property's FMV, on the first day that the rights to the property are either transferable or not subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture, over the amount paid for the property, is included in the service provider's gross income.
Interest on the GW LP debentures may be deferred, subject to a limit of 20 consecutive semi-annual periods.
The gain is subject to a 50% financial aid assessment (after deductions and allowances) and a 5% marginal income tax rate.
The rate will be calculated, subject to a number of conditions, to equal McKenna's financing costs.
That guidance has been refined by the courts into an exception to the general rule for property subject to a valid buy-sell agreement; see True, 390 F3d 1210 (10th Cir.
1245 property, in part, as personal property, used in a trade or business, which is, or has been, subject to a depreciation allowance under Sec.
In Lappo, TC Memo 2003-258, the court found that a 21% initial discount was appropriate for a FLP interest consisting of marketable securities and real estate subject to a long-term lease.
In addition, private foundations can be subject to a variety of penalty taxes.
83 purposes, property is substantially nonvested when it is both subject to a "substantial risk of forfeiture" and "nontransferable" under Kegs.
FMV is determined when the transferee's rights to the property are either transferable or not subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture.
Only if the foreign-source income is subject to a tax by the foreign country will an exemption be available.