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Synonyms for equity

Synonyms for equity

the state, action, or principle of treating all persons equally in accordance with the law

Synonyms for equity

the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it

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the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation

conformity with rules or standards

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The VA decided to grant those veterans equitable relief.
So, if a requesting spouse remains liable for a portion of the underpayment after having been granted equitable relief, the requesting spouse is not eligible for relief for the penalties and interest on that portion.
Ginsburg says the court is perpetuating the mistake it made in 2002, when it issued the Great-West equitable relief ruling.
Mary meets all the qualifications for equitable relief from paying the late fifing penalties, late payment penalties, and interest--even if the remaining dollar of underlying tax liability had been subsequently paid.
If an innocent spouse does not qualify for relief under IRC sections 6015(b) or (c), section 6015(f) equitable relief may be granted by the IRS; this occurs when, taking into account all the facts and circumstances, it is inequitable to hold the individual liable for any unpaid tax or any deficiency.
Amara had fleshed out the provision's general wording "other appropriate equitable relief," availing participants of estoppel and several other common law remedies for injuries unaddressed by ERISA but compatible with its equitable spirit and intent.
The last two chapters investigate taxpayer perceptions of the updated Innocent Spouse Equitable Relief procedure, and the effect of auditor changes on lending decisions.
49) Moreover, under general principles of equity a judge must first "determine the adequacy of a remedy in law before resorting to equitable relief.
Amara, which, the 7th Circuit wrote, "substantially changes our understanding of the equitable relief under 1132(a)(3)," ERISA's civil enforcement provision.
Although the substantive sections, which address the issue of alleged unconscionable conduct by the respondent, constitute a very small percentage of the judgment, (1) the decision effectively limits the availability of equitable relief in instances of unconscionable behaviour.
In this same grab for customer Property rights, Instagram's New Terms seek to disclaim liability for damages, prevent customers from obtaining injunctive or equitable relief to ever stop Instagram, limit all statute of limitations to one year, and prevent customer's from challenging Instagram's conduct in a court of law via a no-class-action arbitration clause," the lawsuit detailed.
Under Hew York's equitable relief doctrine, when a borrower defaults on mortgage payments, a lender seeking repayment of a loan may proceed either at law to recover a judgment for the mortgage debt, or may bring an action in equity to foreclose the mortgage, but not pursue both remedies at the same time.
The IRS will no longer apply the two-year limit to new equitable relief requests or requests currently being considered by the agency.
As equitable relief, DOJ sought restoration of competition lost through the acquisition.