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YUM

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Yugoslavia New Dinar.

YUM

ISO 4217 code for the Yugoslav new dinar. It was introduced in 1994 following a period of hyperinflation and pegged to the Deutsche mark at par. It was used in Montenegro until 2000; it was replaced by the mark, which was later replaced by the euro; Serbia continued to use the new dinar until 2003, when Yugoslavia officially split into Serbia and Montenegro. At that time, it was replaced by the Serbian dinar at a 1:1 ratio.
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In finding that Yum had demonstrated that the documents really were prepared in anticipation of litigation, despite the lack of any "overt" indication that the IRS would pursue litigation against Yum, the appeals court enumerated four key facts that Yum had established: "[1] a specific transaction that could precipitate litigation, [2] the specific legal controversy that would be at issue in the litigation, [3] the opposing party's opportunity to discover the facts that would give rise to the litigation, and [4] the opposing party's general inclination to purse this sort of litigation.
The appeals court also explained that the original affidavits provided to the magistrate judge were conclusory assertions that the documents were created in anticipation of litigation but Yum was permitted to supplement the record and provide more concrete and detailed support for its work-product claim.
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