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Assumption

Becoming responsible for the liabilities of another party.

Assumption

The act of taking on the liabilities of another property. For example, if one is a co-signer on a loan and the borrower defaults, the co-signer assumes the responsibility to repay the loan.

Assumption

A method of selling real estate where the buyer of the property agrees to become responsible for the repayment of an existing loan on the property.

Unless the lender also agrees, however, the seller remains liable for the mortgage.

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After 2015, the tax according to assumptive gains will be removed, leaving only tax according to actual gains.
Loss of the Assumptive World: A Theory of Traumatic Bereavement.
Among the participants who used a primarily assumptive method to assess their STI risk, it appeared that they had made such assumptions from the onset of the relationship.
In labelling all persons from these countries with the same simplistic and inaccurate assumptive brush, and in denying them access to our refugee determination system, we risk sending a Roma child back to a "safe third country" in Europe, for example, to have her claim rejected so that she can be returned to the Czech Republic.
Even for the assumptive champion, there has to be a rite of passage.
The fact he was having to gee up his own troops at an event frontbenchers had previously feared could have been seen as an assumptive pre-election celebration tells its own story.
Let's make the assumptive leap that you've isolated a pod of pan-fish.
Assumptive worldviews and problematic reactions to bereavement.
Frame 48-1 for Adobe Premiere (the 48th frame on an assumptive 30 frame output).
How public administrators and ideologically-reconstructed "New Public Managers" interrogate the social world and build their assumptive domains depends on epistemological predispositions (relating to propositions about what is knowable) and ontological predispositions (relating to propositions about the phenomena to which causal capacity may be ascribed) (Dixon, Dogan & Kouzmin, 2004, p.
We"re still in that sort of cheeky, assumptive, one-size-fits-all approach to green marketing, but we need to do with green advertising what we"ve done with every other kind of advertising," she said.