contemporaneous


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Synonyms for contemporaneous

belonging to the same period of time as another

Synonyms for contemporaneous

occurring in the same period of time

of the same period

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A claimant has to satisfy the entitlement, causation, and quantum elements to successfully pursue a claim, and contemporaneous records are a powerful tool in any claimant's armament.
Finally, any payments made contemporaneously with the shipment of goods may be protected by the contemporaneous exchange defense.
Contemporaneous video communication equipment must make the witness visible to all participants during the testimony For testimony by any of the foregoing means, there must be appropriate safeguards for the court to maintain sufficient control over the equipment and the transmission of the testimony, so that the court may stop the communication to accommodate objection or prevent prejudice.
The bankruptcy court denied the debtor's motion dismissing the creditor's Section 547(c)(1) contemporaneous exchange for new value defense.
170(f)(8) requires the donor to obtain a contemporaneous written acknowledgment, stating the amount of the contribution, whether the donee provided goods or services in consideration for the donation, in whole or in part, and a good-faith estimate of the value of any goods or services the organization provided.
The donor must obtain a contemporaneous written acknowledgment for cash donations of $250 or more, stating the amount of the contribution, whether the donee provided goods or services in consideration for the donation, in whole or in part, and a good-faith estimate of the value of any goods or services the organization provided.
Impressionism expert Anne Distel shows Renoir's Bal du Moulin de la Galette and reads a contemporaneous quote about the painting's inspiration.
The beneficial relationship between early educational intervention and contemporaneous test scores is well known among educators, economists, and policymakers.
This research investigates sources leading to productivity changes for the US forest products industry during the time period from 1997 to 2009 using the contemporaneous and global Malmquist productivity index (MPI) approaches.
The two-step modified Denton proportional first difference method for series that also have contemporaneous constraints (Denton 1971; Helland et al.
Identical genotype B3 sequences from patients with contemporaneous cases in the United States, Canada, and Mexico in November and December 2005 indicate that Kenya was likely to have been the common source of virus.
In addition, for donations of $250 or more, no deduction is allowed unless substantiated by a contemporaneous written acknowledgment by the donee--which must include the amount of money donated; whether the donee provided any goods or services in consideration for the donation; and a good faith estimate of their value.
Based on extensive research (Blundell Jones first started writing about Asplund, in The Architects' Journal, nearly twenty years ago), it is also the first to consider the development of such long-gestated projects as the Gothenburg Law Courts and the Woodland Cemetery in the context of the architect's other contemporaneous projects, the changing discourse and a related theme.
Also in the works is guidance on the interaction of the mandate with the contemporaneous documentation requirements under section 482.
That's what Steve Mattin heard from Peter Horbury, the man who is credited with transforming Volvo's image from being the boxy favorite of the Birkenstock-wearing set to something that is far more contemporaneous during his 10 years at Volvo.