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restricted

[ri′strik·təd]
(geology)
Referring to tectonic transport or movement in which elongation of particles is transverse to the direction of movement.
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According to the company, restricted shares are granted for no consideration and provide the holder with a right and an obligation to receive B shares at a nominal value of DKK100.
com reported the reason for restricted access to their hunting spot was the landowner gave, leased or sold hunting rights to others.
Other restricted free agents can be tagged as a "transition player," in which the free agents former team has the opportunity to match any offer within seven days.
As a result of this change, the portion of donor-restricted endowment funds that is not classified as permanently restricted net assets must now be classified as temporarily restricted net assets (time restricted) until appropriated for expenditure by the organization.
Lisa, 48, describes herself as lucky to have generally escaped the health and medical problems of restricted height, although she has endured back and joint pains, but says there are those who are experiencing far more serious problems.
restricted stock) for the performance of services and requires the recipient to recognize ordinary income equal to the amount by which the fair market value (FMV) of the property received exceeds the amount paid (Sec.
Restricted growth affects about one in 10,000 babies born in a year.
Typically, a company will simply add the Black-Scholes value of any options and restricted stock to the value of any cash compensation provided by their peers, and provide the same total value to their own executives.
Likewise, Weldon at Cal State helps donors understand that a restricted gift may have a finite life.
Section 409A also provides that employer assets will be treated as property transferred to participants in connection with the performance of services under section 83 to the extent the employer assets are restricted to the payment of benefits under a nonqualified deferred compensation plan in connection with a change in the employer's financial condition.
However, granting restricted stock presents both tax opportunities--and pitfalls--for the company and the employee.