When the market is in a bust cycle, these organizations are in a position to acquire struggling competitors--often at bargain sale
prices--implement an effective system of engineer asset management and create value for the company's shareholders.
: Finally, in the alternative, the Costellos argued that they had made a bargain sale
of the easement to Howard County The court rejected the idea that a sale had taken place, noting that one of the options under the ALPP, which the Costellos refused, was to sell the easement to the county outright.
I love shopping in Glasgow in January during the world famous Celtic Connections Festival and picked up these gorgeous winter boots as a bargain sale
began a nationwide six-day bargain sale
of vegetables Wednesday amid rising prices stemming from tight supply due to unfavorable weather conditions.
The Tax Court upheld charitable donations of conservation easements in a bargain sale
, despite a requirement that, in the event of a later disposal of the property and extinguishment of the easements, the donee organization use the proceeds to reimburse the government agencies that funded the purchase.
Trusting the insight and honesty of his friend, Johnston sends Blissett poems that he is working on, and Blissett, in turn, sends his encouragement and criticism: "The Bargain Sale
is one of the truly great: don't change a syllable.
Connecticut Water sold the land in a bargain sale
that closed the gap of USD165,000.
A charitable installment bargain sale
(CIBS) provides a term-certain payout that will extend payments to beneficiaries after the primary annuitants pass away.
It's just as well that some 10,000 Cardiff fans snapped up their season tickets in a bargain sale
back last winter.
The ownership dispute was triggered by the special bargain sale
of 309,000,000 shares on 12 May 2004 but the total shares claimed by me and my Company is 900,000,000 the balance was transferred in peace meal fashion to avoid detection of the fraud and transaction laundering that was being perpetrated.
If property is sold to a charity for less than its fair market value (a bargain sale
), the individual must first determine whether a charitable deduction is allowable under the general rules governing charitable deductions (see Q 1315 and Q 1320).