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Inure

To cause or to result in. The word is most commonly used in legal documents, such as wills.
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By using a GRAT to transfer appreciating property to a younger generation, a family can increase its overall net worth, by reducing the gift and estate taxes associated with the transfer and shifting, during the trust's term, the income tax burden to senior family members while the benefits inure to the benefit of the junior family members.
All proceeds inure to the benefit of the Silver Valley Mining Association (www.
The injury that would inure to the relationship by the disclosure of the communications must be greater than the benefit thereby gained for the correct disposal of litigation.
If we are unable to structure an acceptable arrangement with Palisade over the next few weeks, we intend to pursue other transactions that we believe will improve the Company's balance sheet and cash position, which, if accomplished, will inure to the benefit of all stockholders," Mr.
While the president's, quote, fingerprints may not be directly on the evidence proving these illegal acts, the results of the acts usually inure to the benefit of the president and the president alone,'' said Rep.
501(c)(3)-1(c)(1) provides that an organization is not operated exclusively for one or more exempt purposes, as is required for exemption, if its net earnings inure in whole or in part to the benefit of private shareholders or individuals.
He also stated that Brainworks Ventures would seek to qualify to have its common stock listed on the NASDAQ SmallCap Market, stating, "If we are able to qualify for listing on the NASDAQ SmallCap Market, and continue to grow the business of AssuranceAmerica, we believe that Brainworks Ventures will regain a following in the marketplace, which will inure to the benefit of its shareholders and provide further flexibility for growth.
His death and the accidental drownings a decade earlier of two close friends were enduring lessons to Jordan that athletic immortality doesn't inure a person to life's temporalness.
Furthermore, if there are any recoveries, they may or may not inure to the benefit of the Company.
While an analysis of the federal proxy rules is beyond the intended scope of this communication, my position as an officer and director of the Company requires me to remain vigilant when confronting possible exposure that may inure to the detriment of the Company's stockholders.