contemporaneous


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contemporaneous

[kən‚tem·pə′rā·nē·əs]
(geology)
Formed, existing, or originating at the same time.
Of a rock, developing during formation of the enclosing rock.
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Third, contemporaneous documents can show acause-and-effect relationship betweenan event and a claimed delay.
Proving the delay claim depends on accurate contemporaneous documents.
A claimant has to satisfy the entitlement, causation, and quantum elements to successfully pursue a claim, and contemporaneous records are a powerful tool in any claimant's armament.
Finally, any payments made contemporaneously with the shipment of goods may be protected by the contemporaneous exchange defense.
However, it is crucial that this in-putted data is cross-checked with contemporaneous progress records (both primary and secondary).
Contemporaneous video communication equipment must make the witness visible to all participants during the testimony For testimony by any of the foregoing means, there must be appropriate safeguards for the court to maintain sufficient control over the equipment and the transmission of the testimony, so that the court may stop the communication to accommodate objection or prevent prejudice.
The bankruptcy court denied the debtor's motion dismissing the creditor's Section 547(c)(1) contemporaneous exchange for new value defense.
The Durdens subsequently obtained a second written acknowledgment from their church with the required language, but the IRS said it did not meet the contemporaneous written acknowledgment requirement, which defines contemporaneous as the earlier of the date of filing or the extended due date, including extensions, of the return.
The Durdens subsequently obtained a second written acknowledgment from their church with the required language, but the IRS disregarded it because it did not meet the contemporaneous written acknowledgment requirement of Sec.
These early elementary school students, now in their thirties, had been randomly assigned to smaller or larger classes, and the authors matched the students' contemporaneous test results with data from the National Student Clearinghouse, a database that covers about 90 percent of U.S.
Many studies apply the Malmquist productivity index (contemporaneous MPI) introduced by Caves et al.