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According to Ghafari, she has been barred from assuming the office due to the interventions of haji Ghulam Mohammad who is the brother of Haji Mohammad Musa, president Ghani's aide.
Assuming XYZ has sufficient income to realize the deduction, the deduction yields a tax benefit of $700 ($2,000 x .35), which exceeds the $105 benefit recorded in the deferred tax asset by $595.
It is designed to make use only of demand factors that account for most of the variation in demand, assuming that the net result of the many other minor demand forces interact in a random way (Copulsky, 1970).
The consideration B received in the form of the liability C assumed ($30,000) is offset by the consideration B gave by assuming the $20,000 liability; the net amount, $10,000, is treated as money or other property.
Whereas, Hold Harmless Agreements involve contractually assuming another organization's tort liability, Indemnity Agreements or Indemnification Clauses define a contractual relationship where the second party agrees to reimburse the first party for damages (including settlements) and/or expenses (including attorney fees, court, and expert witness fees, etc.), regardless of which party is at fault.
Assuming that the covariate values are constant within a day and writing the limits of integration in Equation 3 as a sum of integrals between consecutive days, we can rewrite the log-likelihood (Equation 3) as
Assuming that an average floor is 4 meters high, it would mean the building has 13 floors.
Assuming that 85% of the Social Security benefits are taxed at a rate of 28% from age 62 through 65, the advantage of early benefits is diminished, meaning that an individual does not need to live as long to benefit from postponing beginning of benefits until age 66.
After assuming a comfortable starting position, the athlete lowers the trunk and center of gravity by continued flexion of the hip, knee, ankle, and right leg.
To accomplish this goal, law enforcement agencies must establish credibility within the community by assuming responsibility for the sensitive and thorough investigation of all sexual assault complaints and providing leadership concerning this area of criminal forensics.
Lacey expects to see BSE turn up in the US within the next ten years, the length of time it takes for the disease to show up in cattle, assuming the US is looking hard enough and adequate policies are in place for identifying the disease.
Even assuming the misunderstanding is attributable to the negligence of one or more company employees, the "indifference" standard of "culpable conduct" is not met.
In any acquisition, Reed notes, one either has to assume the acquiring company would have some sort of change of control provision, which means it has to come up with cash to pay the debt as part of the acquisition, or it has to come up with an alternative financing source without actually assuming the specific debt instrument.
Also, because of the possible conflict of interest, companies assuming the fund's liabilities cannot manage the actual claims.