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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Reducing the complexity of the subject to a simple narrative of presence--as A recognizes "the past and future are what's complicated.
The shares of Y stock are subject to a restriction that will cause the stock to be "substantially nonvested" within the meaning of Regs.
The gain is subject to a 50% financial aid assessment (after deductions and allowances) and a 5% marginal income tax rate.
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.
However, they will be subject to a $20 greater gain or lesser loss on a future sale of their stock, inasmuch as their basis in the N stock is $80, not $100, as it would be after a form less conversion.
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.
Example 7: The facts are the same as in Example 6, except that both the term interest retained by A and the interest transferred to A's spouse (subject to A's right of revocation) arc qualified annuity or unitrust interests.
Only if the foreign-source income is subject to a tax by the foreign country will an exemption be available.