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Transfer

A change of ownership from one person or party to another.
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Transfer

1. To sell.

2. To deliver.

3. To change ownership between parties for any reason.
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transfer

1. To record a change of ownership in a security on the issuer's books.
2. To deliver a security to the buyer's broker by the seller's broker.
Is it difficult to transfer my brokerage account to a different firm?

Transferring an account to another firm is relatively easy. The first step is to open an account at the new firm. Then sign an account transfer form, which will be provided by the new firm. A representative at the new firm should be able to provide assistance if you encounter any difficulties. The transfer should be completed within two weeks.

George Riles, First Vice President and Resident Manager, Merrill Lynch, Albany, GA
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Transfer.

In a transfer, a 401(k) or IRA custodian or trustee moves the assets in your existing account directly to the custodian or trustee of your new account.

With a transfer, you don't risk failing to deposit the full amount of your withdrawal within the 60-day deadline for rollovers. And, in the case of a transfer from a 401(k) or similar retirement savings plan, nothing is withheld for income taxes.

In contrast, if you handle the rollover yourself, your employer must withhold 20% of the account value.

When securities are sent to a transfer agent for reregistration of the ownership name, this process is also known as a transfer.

Securities may be registered in the actual, or beneficial, owner's name, or in the name of a nominee, known as street name. Most stocks that are held by brokerage firms for their clients are registered in nominee name on the transfer agent's books.

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(25) Similarly the Prohibition of Human Cloning Bill 2002 (Cth.) (26) prohibits the creation of a human embryo clone by any means including somatic cell nuclear transfer and embryo splitting.
His colleagues would not accept this but re-tabled, word for word, the first reading Opinion that in essence said that no EU funding should be granted under the Framework Programme for research activities dealing with human cloning for reproduction purposes, the creation of human embryos for research purposes, particularly somatic cell nuclear transfer, or research activities which sought to alter the human genetic heritage, when these modifications might assume a hereditary character.
Other areas not eligible for NIH funding include research utilizing stem cells to create a human embryo, research in which stem cells were derived by means of somatic cell nuclear transfer (the technique used to clone Dolly the sheep), research that would combine a human stem cell with an animal embryo (creating a chimera), and combining stem cells with somatic cell nuclear transfer for the purpose of reproductive cloning of a human being.
The bill would impose a 10-year prison sentence on anyone who uses "human somatic cell nuclear transfer technology" to produce an embryo, even if only to study cloning in the laboratory.
A recent Senate bill seeks to criminalize somatic cell nuclear transfer (the technique that could lead to cloning), jailing those who practice it.
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Led by Dieter Egli at the New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) Research Institute and Mark Sauer at Columbia University Medical Center, the researchers derived embryonic stem cells by adding the nuclei of adult skin cells to unfertilized donor oocytes using a process called somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT).