Instead of their being "joined in affection" and free from all apprehension of different "interests," envy and jealousy would soon extinguish confidence and affection, and the partial interests
of each confederacy, instead of the general interests of all America, would be the only objects of their policy and pursuits.
But grief cleaves to names, and persons, and the partial interests
of to-day and yesterday.
This course covers in-depth issues relating to partial interest
valuation assignments for businesses and includes calculating discounts and premiums.
Taxpayers can deduct the value of a charitable contribution of a partial interest
if the donated partial interest
is a qualified conservation contribution.
In 2008, Mitsui acquired a partial interest
in Mozambique's Area 1, where a world-class gas field was discovered, and the awarding of FEEDs is within the scope of its development program as LNG.
The IRS disallowed the deduction, asserting that the Patels' donation to FCFRD was a contribution of a partial interest
in property, which was nondeductible under Sec.
This is considered a gift of a partial interest
and is non-deductible.
The new Student Housing Mortgage offers flexible terms that include 30-year amortization and the potential for full or partial interest
only, as well as up to 80 percent loan-to-value (LTV) financing.
purchased partial interest
in the resort, owned by Rio Mar Associates and led by Tishman.
But when the sale became official later in the day, it turned out to be a sale of only a partial interest
in Lawyer Ron.
In 1995, Metro Waste sold a partial interest
in its business to Paperboard Industries, a subsidiary of packaging products company Cascades Inc.
Federal agencies and nonprofit organizations have acquired 101,800 acres--94,300 acres in full ownership and 7,500 acres in partial interest
or easements that restrict how land may be used.