TFE

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AcronymDefinition
TFETax Free Exchange
TFETetrafluoroethylene
TFEToray Films Europe (chemical industry group)
TFEThanks for Everything
TFETrifluoroethanol
TFETools for Education (Pennsylvania)
TFETransferee (IRB)
TFETechnical Feasibility Exception (various organizations)
TFE2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol
TFEThin Film Electronics
TFETotalfinaelf (Oil and Gas)
TFETravail de Fin d'Études (Belgium)
TFEText Formatting Editor (WebTycho)
TFETrader Front End (customs declaration method)
TFEToyo Food Equipment (Japan)
TFETask Force Eagle
TFETactical Field Exchange
TFETest for Echo (Rush album)
TFEToronto Futures Exchange (Canada)
TFETask Force Excel
TFEThin Film Evaporator
TFETraining for Employment
TFEThe Factor E (Dutch Internet business)
TFETravail et Formation en Education (French: Labor and Training in Education; journal)
TFETurbo Fan Engine
TFEThermionic Fuel Element
TFETeaming For Excellence (Motorola)
TFETransportation Feasibility Estimator
TFETactical Field Exercise
TFETelos Field Engineering
TFETropopause Fold Event
TFETraining Flight Equipment
TFETRANSEC Front End
TFETechnical Fire Expert
TFEToo Flipping Easy (polite form)
TFETechnical Feasibility Exploration (service-oriented architecture)
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The general venue-transfer statute contemplates transfer for all further proceedings, including trial and judgment, in the transferee court.
Unfortunately, for one of the parties in exchange in BIR Ruling 1113-2018, the BIR declined to grant exemption on the transfer of her parcel of land to a transferee corporation because she obtained only 5.6 percent equity after the transfer, notwithstanding that together with the transfer of parcels of land and other improvements of the other transferors to the same transaction, their combined total voting equity is at 98.5 percent.
Every permanent and regular officer or employee of the transferor banks shall become an officer or employee and shall hold his office or service therein in the transferee bank such that the pay and allowance offered to the employees/officers of transferor banks shall not be less favourable as compared to what they would have drawn in the respective transferor bank.
The Ninth Circuit, reversing the Tax Court and remanding with instructions to enter judgment in favor of the IRS, found that former shareholders of a liquidated broadcasting company were liable as transferees under Sec.
However, based on the facts set forth in the statement of facts, Pino was, in fact, the owner and transferee of the subject firearm, albeit for a brief period of time.
If the Directorate General is satisfied with the objections or reasons furnished by the transferee or the transferor, it shall, by order in writing, declare that the property shall not be acquired under this section.
The issues raised above require due diligence to investigate the decedent's unpaid tax obligations, understanding of the correct amount of the estate tax liability and potential for additional assessment, informing beneficiaries of any special lien and transferee liability exposure, and attempting to mitigate the executor's personal liability by requests for prompt assessment and discharged.
'Our position is that the latest rules as approved by the Board of Trustees in its meeting held on May 24, 2016, in Pico de Loro, Batangas, are very clear and specific with regard to the one-year residency requirement for transferees from non-UAAP universities,' he said.
It involved asylum seekers, referred to as 'transferees', held at an offshore processing centre.
The future North Carolina deductions taken by the transferee are based upon the appropriate federal depreciation convention.
The McClellan court also addressed the question of whether a transferee "obtains" assets "by" actual fraud: "The words 'obtained by' go with 'money, property, [or] services,' not with 'debt.' A debt is not something you obtain; it is something you incur as a consequence of having obtained [property]...." (21) The court concluded, therefore, that it was possible that the transferee "obtained" the transferor's property "by" actual fraud if the transfer was fraudulent and the transferee bore the requisite intent, thus incurring a nondischargeable debt to the transferor's creditors.
If the transferee changes positions, however, he should remain aware of the time limits for L-1A and L-1B status, which are seven and five years, respectively.