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incorporate

[in′kȯr·pə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To place in storage.
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By retaining assets with a low basis or appreciation potential outside the corporation and passing those assets through an estate, the incorporator eliminates pre-death gain from a subsequent sale of the asset by his or her heirs.
In his counter-affidavit, Millares explained that he did not declare that his wife Carmen was an incorporator of New Haven Lending Investor, Inc.
She alleged that she was hushed up, shown warning placards counting down her time by the minute, and ultimately not allowed to give her full speech -- and then booed and hissed, an account confirmed by at least one other incorporator at the meeting.
For example, an attorney may create a corporation for a client, possibly listing the attorney as incorporator.
She was described as the president and incorporator of Masaganang Ani Para sa Magsasaka Foundation, Inc.
Higgins has been an incorporator of the museum for many years.
McAlister is the president, incorporator and organizer of that company.
Vitangcol and De Vera's second graft charge stemmed from an allegation that they conspired and insisted for Inekon to sign a joint venture agreement for the maintenance contract under a 60-40 percent sharing scheme with a group of persons who included De Vera, an incorporator of the firm Philippine Trans Rail Management and Services Corp.
Darlene Estuart, incorporator of the IVF said the facility aims to lower the costs of IVF as compared to the facilities in Manila and Cebu.