Transferor


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Transferor

The beneficiary of a transferable letter of credit who causes a bank to transfer the credit to another party.

Transferor

In law, a party that makes a transfer of property or another asset to a second party. The transferor may or may not receive compensation for the transfer.
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Predeceased child rule: To determine whether a direct skip occurred, a grandchild or more remote descendant of a transferor (or the transferor's spouse or former spouse) is moved up one generation if the parent of that individual, who was also a descendant of the transferor (or their spouse or former spouse), was deceased at the time of transfer.
312-10, in all other cases in which property is transferred from one corporation to another and no gain or loss is recognized (or is recognized only to the extent of the property received other than that permitted to be received without the recognition of gain), no allocation of the earnings and profits of the transferor is made to the transferee.
For instance, the final regulations provide that the transferor and transferee must execute a binding written agreement to make the Sec.
The entity could be added to the existing policy though an endorsement, which would provide appropriate insurance protection for both the transferor as occupant of the house and the trust or LLC as owner under the same policy.
This route could be used if it is thought that the rules regarding BPR may change and no longer cover the assets on the death of the transferor.
The separate legal existence of the combining entity of the transferor unit must cease to exist at the time of the statutory merger or consolidation.
2) Passive derivative financial instruments that pertain to beneficial interests issued or sold to parties other than the transferor
The transferor can reasonably estimate its obligation under the recourse provisions.
When the transferor does not maintain effective control over a transferred financial asset, the transaction would be required to be assessed under the remaining derecognition conditions in U.
depreciation starts) on the date the transferor placed the property in service.