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Declare

To authorize or announce a dividend. A publicly-traded company that declares a dividend binds itself with an obligation to later pay that same dividend to shareholders. See also: Declaration date, Ex-dividend date.

declare

To authorize a dividend formally.
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The tenants commenced a declaratory judgment action in Supreme Court and moved for a Yellowstone injunction to toll the time to cure.
In addition to proactive call blocking, Chairman Pai's declaratory ruling would make clear that carriers can allow consumers to opt in to more aggressive blocking tools like those based on their own contact lists or other "white list" options.
24, 2018, Penn-America filed this declaratory judgment action, seeking
Ruling in favor of the BIR, the SC the trial court erred in granting Standard Insurance's petition for declaratory relief.
'Its jurisdiction is limited to appellate review of declaratory relief judgments rendered by the trial courts,' the SC declared.
A copy of said Petition for Declaratory Judgment and Summons shall be delivered to you or your attorney upon reguest.
In the action, Wintergreen alleges claims for declaratory judgment and injunctive relief, and also moved for a speedy hearing and to shorten the time for defendants to respond to discovery requests.
To wit, Franchise Tax Board stands for the proposition that, if and only if a state (or one of its instrumentalities) brings an action for declaratory relief under its own laws, in its own courts, and the party against whom it seeks such relief is sitting on (i.e., declining to bring) a coercive action that arises under the laws of the United States, that party may not remove the case to federal court.
Comptroller, (3) the more frequent issuance of declaratory rulings to taxpayers requesting guidance regarding Maryland's tax laws, and (4) the publication of all Maryland Tax Court decisions.
The brokers brought the action in Supreme Court, New York County, seeking a declaratory judgment on their rights, asserting that their resignations and termination of their relationship was based on their disagreement with the November, 1987, decision of a majority of the board to suspend writing new and renewal insurance and reinsurance.
When plaintiffs want prospective relief, they usually request an injunction, a declaratory judgment, or both.
In the judgment, a majority of the Supreme Court adopted a deferential approach to declaratory legislation, a special form of legislation that directs a particular interpretation of an already existing statute.