typically arise in the context of postmortem estate planning where a beneficiary may desire to make a qualified disclaimer
No interest or benefit in the transferred property have been accepted prior to the disclaimer
The IRS, however, denied the estate an increased charitable deduction, arguing that the act of challenging the estate's return and the resulting adjustment to the estate's value served as post-death, post-disclaimer
contingencies that disqualified the disclaimer
trust would come into being only if the surviving spouse disclaimed, or refused to accept, a portion of the estate under the will.
Possibly the most broadly applied use of the disclaimer
is when an unrelated individual wants to make tax-exempt gifts to a remaining contingent benefactor.
templates are included to allow easy set up of disclaimers
using HTML or plain text.
Rogers told the Journal-Constitution that she was disappointed and that without the evolution disclaimer
stickers, "the textbooks are inaccurate and biased and unconstitutional.
When an individual with children and a large estate in his own right is left a bequest by another individual and this bequest would compound the recipient's potential estate tax problem, a disclaimer
may be an appropriate estate planning tool.
A related video, Terms and Conditions, 2004, shows a young woman in a business suit standing amid a green and pleasant landscape talking about the "site" in phrases evidently lifted from disclaimers
Subcontractors, make sure that the staff person in charge of reviewing your contract documents understands how to identify design disclaimers
and how disclaimers
should change your bidding strategy.
Anti-spam, content security, network security and messaging software provider GFI is offering its server-based Disclaimer
module as freeware.
The court dismissed the case due to a detailed disclaimer
in the contract of sale.
To best give notice, the disclaimer
must be conspicuous.
Four justices representing the majority decided that the Board of Accountancy could not prohibit absolutely the right of unlicensed accountants to use the "A" word, provided the unlicensed accountants used a disclaimer
or caveat which the Court fashioned.
These warranties can, in most cases, be disclaimed, but absent an affirmative disclaimer
, the warranties are there.