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Elect

The conversion of a conditional order into a market order.

Elect

To order a broker to change a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.

elect

To convert a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.
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Will the largest number of states elect a Governor, a Senator, or both officials?
Employees who don't elect the coverage lose the $120 subsidy.
Illinois' state legislature has used such a system, and that state's experience shows it's a better way to foster competitive elections, elect more moderates, reduce balkanization, and provide minority representation.
Davis must decide whether to elect to take required minimum distributions from her IRA over a fixed number of years or to use the recalculation method.
2632(c)(5)(A)(ii) allows a taxpayer to elect to treat a transfer to a trust that otherwise would not be an indirect skip, as an indirect skip and to apply the automatic allocation rules for indirect skips.
Did not elect to waive the carryback period in general for an NOL incurred in such year; and
Thus, a transferor may elect out of the automatic allocation rules for transfers subject to an ETIP at any time before the due date of the Federal gift tax return for the calendar year in which the ETIP closes.
voters directly elect members of which branch of the federal government?
2632-1 (b)(2) and (3) address three separate elections that can be made--to elect to (1) not have the automatic allocation rules apply to current transfers to the trust; (2) not have the automatic allocation rules apply to both current and future transfers to the trust; and (3) treat any trust as a GST mast (and, thus, subject to the deemed-allocation rules).
2513, spouses may elect to treat a gift made by one spouse to a third person as if the gift had been made one-half by each.
Shortly after that retirement, the ecclesiastical province of Canada will vote to elect a new metropolitan or archbishop.
6015(b) or (c) must affirmatively elect relief under those sections.