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disclaimer

(networking)
Statement ritually appended to many Usenet postings (sometimes automatically, by the posting software) reiterating the fact (which should be obvious, but is easily forgotten) that the article reflects its author's opinions and not necessarily those of the organisation running the computer through which the article entered the network.
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The court found that there was no support for the IRS's contention that a challenge to the value of the estate was a post-death event that would disqualify a partial disclaimer per the regulations.
Circuit Court of Appeals would rule that the disclaimers are constitutional and create precedent for the states covered by the 11th Circuit--Georgia, Alabama and Florida.
If the legislature considers a disclaimer then all parties are afforded an opportunity to engage in the legislative process through public hearings prior to legislative action.
Modern cash registers enable the merchant to list details of the transaction; they also enable the user to have the machine print a disclaimer (or other message) on the register tape.
In contrast, when consumers trust an advertised brand, they appear to be unaffected by the disclaimer speed.
However, a recent Tax Court case and a recent letter ruling highlight how tricky it can be to meet the fourth requirement for a qualified disclaimer when disclaimed property passes to a trust, and the negative tax consequences that may occur if the requirements of a qualified disclaimer are not met.
Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in late May that it could not determine the constitutionality of Cobb County's evolution disclaimers because the record is incomplete.
The vow of poverty qualified as a disclaimer under IRC section 2518(a).
Policy Patrol Disclaimers is priced at USD119 for a 10-user licence while Policy Patrol Enterprise costs USD375 for 10 users.
The purposes of the owner's explicit disclaimer are to make it clear to the subcontractors, and indeed, through their acknowledgement of the disclaimer, obtain their agreement, that they have no contractual recourse against the owner; avoid a long and costly litigation over the construction manager's role as agent or independent contractor; and give the owner a basis to move to dismiss the subcontractor's claim at the outset of litigation.
Classification as a covered opinion can be avoided if the penalty disclaimer is part of the opinion and there is a disclaimer stating that the opinion was written to support the sale of the product and that the taxpayer (client) should seek independent advice on the transaction.
Name the surviving spouse as DB with possible disclaimer.