consideration

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Synonyms for consideration

Synonyms for consideration

a careful considering of a matter

concentration of the mental powers on something

a feeling of deference, approval, and liking

something given in exchange for goods or services rendered

Synonyms for consideration

information that should be kept in mind when making a decision

a discussion of a topic (as in a meeting)

a fee charged in advance to retain the services of someone

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a considerate and thoughtful act

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(192) For these reasons, votes constitute "valuable consideration" in vote swapping agreements and fall within the jurisdiction of state election statutes.
[section] 274e makes it a crime to "transfer any human organ for valuable consideration for use in human transplantation," (110) the law goes on to state: "The term 'valuable consideration' does not include reasonable payments associated with the removal, transportation, implantation, processing, preservation, quality, control, and storage of a human organ...." (111) One might argue that the money paid under a standby letter of credit comes under this language.
Kidney paired donation and kidney chains also arguably violated NOTA's prohibition on trading organs for valuable consideration because the incompatible donor is exchanging a kidney for the valuable consideration of a compatible kidney for his or her loved one.
Therefore, NOTA's prohibition against the exchange of "valuable consideration" is not implicated, (44) nor is contract law's requirement of valid consideration satisfied.
If the transfer is an outright gift or is made for valuable consideration, it does not violate the transfer-for-value rule.
Are death proceeds wholly tax-exempt if an existing life insurance policy is sold or otherwise transferred for valuable consideration? PLR 201235006
* The discouragement of the production of goods and services which value is not acceptable as valuable consideration like pork and wine
Thus, the right to self image may be subject to an agreement for valuable consideration, consequently the image can be sold and its extra-patrimoniality is only relative.
The new law provides "that a person who, for money or other valuable consideration, knowingly advises an employer to treat an individual as an independent contractor to avoid employee status for the individual shall be jointly and severally liable with the employer if the individual is not found to be an independent contractor."
The National Organ Transplant Act of 1984 makes it a felony to give or accept "valuable consideration" for any transplantable organ or tissue.
* A Farm Labor Contractor (FLC) is someone who, for money or other valuable consideration paid or promised to be paid, recruits, solicits, hires, employs, furnishes or transports migrant and/or seasonal agricultural workers or, provides housing to migrant agricultural workers.
By way of background, Sections 2324 and 4224 of the Insurance Laws prohibit licensees from directly or indirectly paying, allowing or giving (or offering), any valuable consideration or inducement in connection with the procurement of insurance, when such "rebate" is not specified in the policy.
The acts for good and valuable consideration as well those for gratuitous use that are not gifts, but simple disinterested acts (for example the commodate), are not restrained by law,because they do not decrease the inheritance, of course in the measure that these acts are not disguised donations for which the law presents limits.
In the Texas statute at issue, unrecorded conveyances are void as to creditors and bona fide purchasers without notice, but between the parties and as to purchasers with notice or who have not given valuable consideration, such conveyances are valid and binding.
Further, the Tax Court held that Scott Rubenstein cared for his father out of love, and since there was no agreement to compensate him for that care, the care did not constitute the "other good and valuable consideration" given in the transfer of the condo to him.