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Synonyms for liquidation

Synonyms for liquidation

termination of a business operation by using its assets to discharge its liabilities

the act of exterminating

the murder of a competitor

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Further investigation of Subchapter K dissolves the facade of simplicity, as numerous parts of Subchapter K can come into play on a liquidation of a partner's interest.
Vintage 1997's high loss severity is attributable to its high concentration of hotel liquidations in 2005 (60% by securitized balance)', said Bach.
332 liquidation are the location and timing of gain on the NB asset, the reformation of T's stock basis and the separation of E&P from the business that generated such earnings.
Accordingly, the regulations provide relief similar to that provided for liquidations in the case of a downstream merger.
For gain attributable to tangible property distributed in the liquidation if it is used in a U.
Last week, Hudson Capital Partners was selected to manage the liquidation of furniture chain Storehouse, Inc.
UAB Liquidations offers all manufacturers, wholesalers, and distributors with the most effective option available for the sale and liquidation of closeouts, overstock, and discontinued merchandise and products of all kinds.
The addition of two outlets expands a joint venture initially formed a year ago between Liquidation World Inc.
The planned and orderly liquidation of these investments is now underway and will likely result in a loss on disposition of approximately $1.
DoveBid, in association with Bache Treharne, a leading UK firm of surveyors, valuers, and auctioneers, will conduct a Webcast auction for the liquidation of Madge.
Universal Capital has conducted liquidations in hundreds of locations throughout the United States, representing more than $400 million in retail inventory.
With today's announcement, Zoho plans to transform the nearly half billion-dollar annual hospitality liquidations market from a fragmented, geographically-limited business into a highly efficient and more profitable online merchandise distribution channel.
1, 1999--In one of the largest furniture liquidations in the United States a joint venture composed of Hilco/Great American Group, Gene Rosenberg Associates and The Nassi Group has provided the highest bid for the 27 stores that Levitz is closing.
Their decision to partner with Universal solidifies our position as a premier liquidator with the ability to successfully manage major inventory liquidations in an efficient, yet profitable manner.
In both genuine contraction and retention/termination partial liquidations, neither investment gain nor interest earned on the proceeds pending distribution can be part of the distributable partial liquidation amount.