Applicant

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Applicant

A person who has made a formal request. For example, a person who has asked for a loan from the bank, but has not yet been approved, is said to be an applicant for that loan.
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Older children apply their own and younger children are helped by staff.
It also is unclear how this provision would apply to a partnership (not itself a "taxpayer") formed by non-regulated taxpayers to engage in a regulated activity for which there is a USOA (e.g., two manufacturers form a partnership to operate an electric generating facility to service their nearby factories).
2036(a) did not apply, the Tax Court already had determined a discount in excess of 30 percent to reflect the lack of control and marketability inherent in Strangi's limited partnership interest.
Armed with her new diagnosis, Lang requested that the insurer reassess its determination to apply the mental illness limitation to her claim.
This component does not apply if the force transducer being calibrated incorporates an indicating instrument that is part of the calibrated device.
This same rule will apply to all charities in the taxation years that begin after 2008.
Apply for an immigration visa through the country's visa office in Buffalo, N.Y.
Try to apply copper by a wire arc process: you're going to have a considerable amount of oxides formed." If that copper is to be used for circuit metallization, then the oxidation is not beneficial.
First, apply your recommended color just on the eyelid.
Furthermore, the court said, the "relation-back" doctrine did not apply and thus could not be used to complete these gifts.
Regulation E does apply, however, to any fee authorized by the consumer to be debited electronically from the consumer's account because the check was returned for insufficient funds.