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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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But what are contemporary or contemporaneous records?
Similarly, requiring the customer to pay cash on delivery will trigger application of the contemporaneous exchange defense.
This rule allows the parties to agree, or one or more parties to request, that the court authorize presentation of witness testimony by contemporaneous video or audio communications equipment.
The Section 547(c)(1) contemporaneous exchange for new value defense excuses any payment or other transfer that the debtor and creditor had intended as a contemporaneous exchange for new value and was, in fact, a substantially contemporaneous exchange.
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.
The contemporaneous MPI is a geometric mean form of two possibly disparate Malmquist indices in adjacent time period t-based Malmquist ([M.
Contemporaneous constraints are present; a contemporaneous constraint is defined as an accounting relationship through which a number of final quarterly or monthly series are linked.
We describe the contribution of global surveillance for measles virus genotypes in identifying a common source of virus among contemporaneous cases identified in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Netherlands.
The Joint Committee on Taxation's Technical Explanation states, "It is noted that currently, taxpayers are required to have a contemporaneous record of contributions of money, but that many taxpayers may not be aware of the requirement and do not keep a log of such contributions.
Considering what a committed, nurturing force Saul is in his loved ones' lives - and compared to the wretched parental failures in such contemporaneous films as ``Chumscrubber,'' ``Thumbsucker'' and ``The Squid and the Whale'' - you'd think that ``Bee Season'' might cut him a little more slack for the relatively minor infractions of egomania and favoritism.