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transfer

1. a design or drawing that is transferred from one surface to another, as by ironing a printed design onto cloth
2. Law the passing of title to property or other right from one person to another by act of the parties or by operation of law; conveyance

transfer

[′tranz·fər]
(computer science)
(mining engineering)
A vertical or inclined connection between two or more levels, used as an ore pass.
(navigation)
The distance a vessel moves perpendicular to its initial direction in making a turn of 90° with a constant rudder angle.
The distance a vessel moves perpendicular to its initial direction for turns of less than 90°.

transfer

In pretensioning, the act of conveying the stress in the prestressing tendons from the jacks (or pretensioning bed) to the concrete member.

transfer

To send data over a computer channel or bus. "Transfer" generally applies to transmission within the computer system, and "transmit" refers to transmission outside the computer over a line or network.

Transfers are actually copies, since the data are in both locations at the end of the transfer. Input, output and move instructions activate data transfers in the computer.
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In this way, "the JMPL essentially disclaims that the transferee court is exercising personal jurisdiction at all"; instead, personal jurisdiction is confined to the transferor court.
Thus, the court found the shareholders to be liable to the IRS for Slone Broadcasting's federal tax liability as transferees under Sec.
For the purpose of this paper, people seeking asylum are referred to both as asylum seekers and 'transferees'.
Justice Thomas justified his position on the grounds that "the 'general rule that a common-law term of art should be given its established common-law meaning' gives way 'where that meaning does not fit."' (44) The majority countered that the debtor-transferee's debts traceable to the fraudulent transfer scheme could be "obtained by" the fraudulent transfer, but acknowledged such circumstances would likely be rare due to the fact that most recipients of fraudulently transferred assets are not on the verge of bankruptcy, and that it was a matter for the Fifth Circuit on remand to determine if the transferee "obtained" assets "by" actual fraud.
Transferees filling executive and managerial positions in the U.S.
Having an agent who is knowledgeable about the market, understands the overall relocation process, and appreciates what a corporate transferee is going through makes all the difference.
Even when it has, incorporating that information into the billing statement may be difficult depending on 1) the transferee's integration with its print vendor and 2) the need to incorporate that data into the receiving servicing system.
Any person (including an employee of the Transferor or the Transferee) who alleges that he or she would be adversely affected by the carrying out of the Scheme is entitled to: (i) appear at the hearing to explain their concerns or objections in person; (ii) instruct a barrister or solicitor advocate to appear at the hearing to explain their concerns or objections on his/her behalf; or (iii) raise their objections or concerns in writing.
In resolving the first issue regarding whether actions should be centralized, the Panel focuses on whether the parties' legitimate discovery needs are substantially similar in all of the proposed transferee actions: "[T]he Panel looks to whether similar facts are at issue with respect to the various claims in the different cases.
If the transferee intends to make any changes it needs to tell the transferor about those so that it can also consult with the elected representatives about the changes.
While general tax treatment would allow for a tax-free transfer as long as certain requirements are satisfied, the 1RS had to consider the unique situation where instructions or stipulations were given by the transferee to the custodian of the account regarding special medical limitations of the transferee.
When the case is transferred, any attorney may continue to represent his client in the transferee district, and there is express provision that local counsel is not required.