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relinquish

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to suffer the loss of

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something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty

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a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something

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the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc

lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime

surrendered as a penalty

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The forfeitable leave privilege under this Act shall be noncumulative and nonconvertible to cash.
The forfeitable leave privilege under this Act shall be non-cumulative and non-convertible to cash," the new law read.
617, 629 (1989) ("[T]he Government has a pecuniary interest in forfeiture that goes beyond merely separating a criminal from his ill-gotten gains; that legitimate interest extends to recovering all forfeitable assets, for such assets are deposited in a Fund that supports law-enforcement efforts in a variety of important and useful ways.
of whether a criminal defendant has the right to use forfeitable assets
Before the United States Postal Service can issue a mail cover order, the requesting law enforcement agency must specify, in a written request, "reasonable grounds to demonstrate the mail cover is necessary to: (i) Protect the national security, (ii) Locate a fugitive, (iii) Obtain information regarding the commission or attempted commission of a crime, or (iv) Assist in the identification of property, proceeds or assets forfeitable because of a violation of criminal law.
This valuation problem complicates the current inclusion/deduction tax treatment for both parties; in contrast, when the property becomes transferable or no forfeitable, it can be easier to value.
However, regulations make it equally clear that IRS will consider the statute applicable whether the decedent had a right to present or future payments at the time of his death and whether the rights were forfeitable or nonforfeitable.
attorney's demand for forfeiture; $167,463 to the Council on Foreign Relations, which has all been returned; $163,200 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, part of which is not forfeitable and the remainder of which has been donated to charity; $153,000 to the William J.
But he must help federal officials identify and locate forfeitable property and assets.
Yes, but the Internal Revenue Service ruled in 1996 that contributions of an employee's forfeitable vacation pay benefit to a qualified stock purchase plan with a cash or deferred arrangement are excludable from gross wages for Social Security purposes.
If an employee's rights to deferred compensation are forfeitable, there is no constructive receipt.
Interest accrued, for example, on certificates of deposit owned at death and payable after death but forfeitable in the event of surrender during the owner's life (2) is includable in the decedent's estate under IRC Section 2033.
Any accrued benefit that has vested in the participant may not be forfeitable.
Based on the information obtained from the witnesses, the US government believes that any fund collected by Paramjeet for fraudulent documents may represent proceeds of a crime which may be sizeable and forfeitable in accordance with Section 105 of the Indian Criminal Procedure Code of 1973," the embassy told the police.