disaster area

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a region whose population is affected by a general disaster

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The relief also applies to taxpayers not in the disaster area but whose records are located in the disaster area.
The disaster areas, recognised under the Decree of August 29, 2017, will be subject to the intervention of the National Guarantee Fund (NGF), which will cover the interest resulting from the re-scheduling of loans contracted by farmers.
The Emergency Response Centre will dispatch assessment and coordination experts to disaster areas, provide early warning about imminent disasters and facilitate the delivery of aid provided by member states in the event of a major disaster.
JOHANNESBURG (CyHAN)- South African Provincial and Local Government authorities are seeking support from National Government over the flood and storm stricken areas of their regions, which are to be labelled as disaster areas.
FASHION is getting behind the ShelterBox charity that delivers emergency relief to disaster areas around the world.
Mexico's Interior Ministry declared a disaster area in 53 municipalities in the state of Veracruz, where Arlene made landfall as a tropical storm early Thursday.
If the $1,800 loss described earlier had occurred in 2010 in a disaster area and the homeowner elected to deduct it in 2009, the taxpayer would be entitled to a deduction of $1,300 ($1,800 - $500).
For a federal contract or order up to $5 million, the performance site can be outside the disaster area if the contract or order directly will assist the disaster recovery efforts.
A lot has been said and written about the pitch and it is a disaster area for us,' said Bruce.
Both large and small companies are eligible for set-asides as long as they reside or primarily do business in the disaster area.
These provisions apply to qualified Hurricane Rita individuals and qualified Hurricane Wilma individuals-people whose principal residence on September 23, 2005, was located in a disaster area and who sustained economic loss due to the hurricanes.
Truman embarked elements of 13 Navy helicopter squadrons and by deploying close to the disaster area, shortened the mission time for operations that had previously been flown from Pensacola.
All were expected to devise their own way out of the disaster area by private means, just like people do when disaster hits free-market countries in the Third World.
The act allows for the appraisal requirements of Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act and the agencies' appraisal regulations to be waived for up to thirty-six months when the President of the United States determines that a major disaster exists and the agencies determine that such waiver would both facilitate recovery in the disaster area and be consistent with safety and soundness.
1728 would allow individuals who lived in the Hurricane Katrina disaster area on August 28, 2005, or who owned real property in the area on the date of the discharge to exclude non-business debt that was forgiven by a governmental agency or certain financial institutions, if the discharge occurred before January 1, 2007.
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