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incorporate

[in′kȯr·pə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To place in storage.
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"As long as there is, I said, no corruption in the awards and you do not use your public office to intimidate or to strike fear with the other competitors, I see no reason why you cannot be an incorporator of a [corporation]," he added.
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.
Balutan said in some instances, retired military and police officers are merely incorporators who only provide shares.
The Commission recently released the draft Guidelines on the Number and Qualifications of Incorporators under the Revised Corporation Code for public comment.
"The Worcester Art Museum is getting everything without having to do anything,'' said Clarinda Higgins of Westport, Conn., 64, a longtime Higgins incorporator and the granddaughter of Worcester industrialist John Woodman Higgins, who opened the museum in 1931.
Rhodes is the incorporator of C2 Capital Properties.
Cortez, in the complaint, said Avila, who oversees engineering works in the NCMH, was supposedly an incorporator of Octant.
For example, an attorney may create a corporation for a client, possibly listing the attorney as incorporator. When the client is ready to proceed, shares will be issued, assets acquired, etc., at which point the measuring of the 2 1/2-month election period begins.
According to Andaya, Romeo "Jojo" Sicat Jr., who is married to Diokno's daughter Charlotte Justine, is an incorporator of Aremar.
Higgins has been an incorporator of the museum for many years.
Lance Beaty is the incorporator of Nelson & Beaty.