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get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing

eliminate by paying off (debts)

convert into cash

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settle the affairs of by determining the debts and applying the assets to pay them off

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The foreign acquiring corporation takes the liquidating corporation's adjusted basis in the assets received and tacks on the liquidated corporation's holding period in the assets received (Secs.
Liquidated damage clauses should be negotiated between the parties.
However, it is prudent for an owner to include a hybrid consequential damages clause, combining liquidated damages and actual consequential damages after the expiration of the liquidated damages time period.
Historically, liquidated damages provisions were not favored under the law and frequently not enforced.
Trinity was in effect trying to recover the same loss twice, once as liquidated damages and once as actual damages.
If the corporation is liquidated the shareholders pay a 28% tax on their stock gains (liquidating distribution received less stock basis), but they receive their annual return on after-tax proceeds without any corporate tax.
There are three important pitfalls which must be overcome in drafting an enforceable liquidated damages provisions.
where the Fifth Circuit found in favor of the seller, Delta, and upheld the enforceability of the liquidated damages provision.
The income is treated as ordinary to the liquidated partner, but the related accrued expense is not.
The Internal Revenue Service claimed the liquidated damages were not excludable under the personal injuries provision.
Can a liquidated damages clause help insure timely completion of a construction project?
The capital account represents the dollar amount that the owner would receive if the entity were liquidated.
The Ninth and the Seventh Circuit Courts of Appeals recently came to opposite conclusions regarding the excludability of back pay and liquidated damages received to settle claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).
On June 26, 2006, EPP assets were liquidated and the bond trustee received liquidated proceeds totaling $1.