CLAT


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AcronymDefinition
CLATCommon Law Admission Test (India)
CLATCharitable Lead Annuity Trust
CLATCentral Latinoamericana de Trabajadores (Latin American Confederation of Workers)
CLATControlled Language Authoring Technology
CLATComputer-Aided Law and Advanced Technologies (forum)
CLATCivil Law Activities Tax
CLATCommunication Line Adapters for Teletypewriters
CLATCenter for Learning Through the Arts and Technology (University of California, Irvine)
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Dos ramos motores para la CLat fueron observados por Bertelli et al., ramos que solo observamos en un 30 %, ya que la presencia de un ramo para la cabeza lateral fue lo mas frecuente (43,3 %).
The grantor requested three rulings: (1) that the conversion of the CLAT from a nongrantor trust to a grantor trust was not a taxable transfer of property between the CLAT and the grantor; (2) that the conversion not be an act of self-dealing resulting in tax under Sec.
(12) "Bumbu clat" is a hybrid word composed by bumbu, which originates in West African languages and refers mainly to the female genitalia, and clat, which is Jamaican patois for "cloth." Accordingly, "bumbu clat makes allusion to sanitary napkins and, as an extension, to the menstruation, an essential part of women's sexuality" (Serna-Martinez 2011, 27).
A CLAT is an irrevocable split-interest trust with two beneficiaries.
Conversely, CLATs and charitable lead unitrusts (CLUTs) a low Section 7520 rate reduces the taxable portion of a gift to non-charitable beneficiaries.
The CLAT Secretariat has uploaded OMR sheets along with the model answer key of their booklet series in each of the candidate's account.
To be eligible to appear in CLAT a candidate should have obtained a senior secondary school/intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent qualification from a recognised board with not less than 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/OBC ).
A CLAT is a trust established to pay a guaranteed amount to a charity for a certain number of years.
The addition of the concealer - very reminiscent of YSL's touch clat - makes this little set a gem.
Most examples of stylish gay men are, of course, celebrities; but surely, in our obsessive age, the fact that they are celebrities is what gives them that clat? Certainly in the village where I grew up, the middle-aged Arthur, who ran the grocer shop and lived above with his aged mother, was never seen escorting the mayor's wife around Stead and Simpson for some killer heels, to the best of my knowledge.
As stated above, one of the requirements of a CLT is that it must pay either a fixed-dollar amount (CLAT) or a fixed percentage of the initial FMV (CLUT) to charity.