Quasi public utility, public alley, public street easements, licenses and rights of way recorded or unrecorded.
Quasi. Cash transactions are cash advances and will be subject to a Cash Advance Fee as explained below. • If you make a purchase or obtain a cash advance in a foreign currency, it will be converted by Visa into U.S. dollars in accordance with Visa Operating Regulations in effect at the time the transaction is processed. o The currency conversion rate in effect on the processing date may differ from the rate in effect on the transaction date or the posting date. o The currency conversion rate used may be the same as, greater than, or less than the amount that would be calculated by conversion through a financial institution in the country in which the purchase or cash advance occurred. Making payments • Pay your Account by sending a check, money order, or cashier’s check payable in U.S. dollars, to the name and address shown on your Statement specified for payments. Please don’t send cash. • Be sure to include your payment stub, do not staple your payment to the stub, use the envelope provided with your Statement and don’t send any correspondence with your payment. • If your payment doesn’t meet these requirements, it may not be credited to your Account for up to five days, or may be rejected. • All written communications concerning disputed amounts, including any check or other payment instrument marked with "payment in full" or similar language, must be sent to 6550 North Loop 1604 East, Suite 101, San Antonio, Texas 78247-5004. o We may accept a payment sent to any other address without losing any of our rights. o No payment shall operate as an accord and satisfaction without our prior written approval.
Quasi endowments – The term “quasi-endowments” is used by the Foundation to describe gifts that the Foundation and the donor have agreed will be managed as though they were endowments until such time as the Foundation determines it is appropriate to expend the principal consistent with donor-specified purposes, if any. The term “quasi-endowments” is also used to describe funds established by the Foundation for specific purposes that are to be treated as though they were endowments (principal preserved) until the Foundation Board of Directors no longer wishes to do so.
Quasi endowments are not endowments under applicable legal definitions, and consequently are not subject to the laws governing the administration of endowments. Consequently, quasi-endowments are classified by the Foundation for accounting purposes as temporarily restricted funds with the Foundation having the authority under the Gift Agreement to expend amounts from the fund needed to achieve the donor’s purposes. Non-endowment Term Funds – Non-endowment term funds are established for restricted gifts made to support donor-designated purposes for a specified period of years or until depleted. The Foundation is permitted to expend the principal as needed to fund such purposes. Gifts to these Funds may be made as a single lump sum contribution by one or more donors, in the form of a pledge to make periodic payments over a specified period of years, an open-ended annual commitment, or through ongoing fundraising activities. Unrestricted Gifts – The Foundation uses the term “unrestricted gift” to refer to gifts made without donor-imposed restrictions as to their use. Unrestricted gifts are held in the IEEE Foundation Fund or may be designated for a specific purpose and segregated from the Fund by action of the Foundation Board of Directors. Such funds may be expended at the discretion of the Foundation Board of Directors only for uses consistent with the purposes of the Foundation as set forth in its charter – to further the educational and scientific purposes of the IEEE. Restricted Gifts – The Foundation uses the term “restricted gift” to refer to gifts the donor requires to be expended for a specific purpose. The funds are placed in a separate fund established for each such purpose. Non-endowment term funds, quasi-endowments and endowment term funds are classified for accounting purposes as temporarily restricted. Endowments are classified for accounting purposes as permanently restricted. Charitable Contributions – The Internal Revenue Service defines a payment as a gift with the following criteria: the contributor must intend the payment to be a gift; that the contribution must be in excess of the value of any benefit the donor receives in return; and the recipient organization must be qualified by the IRS to receive gifts. For tax purposes, the donor may only deduct the excess in the value of the gift over the value of any benefit the donor receives in return. Fundraising Solicitation – the direct or indirect request for gifts, monies, or other items of value...
Quasi. Judicial Board means a board that has the authority to take action or exercise discretion to investi<Jate or ascertain facts and draw conclusions that result in an official action indeoendent of any action by the city commission. A quasi-judicial board is not an advisory board for the purooses of this article but in some instances may be authorized to act in an advisory caoacity to the City Commission.
Quasi. Security any transaction or arrangement whereby an Obligor: 1 sells, transfers or otherwise disposes of any of its assets on terms whereby they are or may be leased to or re acquired by an Obligor or any other member of the Group; 2 sells, transfers or otherwise disposes of any of its receivables on recourse terms; Project facility agreement page 45 21 Definitions and interpretation Term Meaning 3 enters into any title retention arrangement in circumstances where the arrangement or transaction is entered into primarily as a method of raising Financial Indebtedness or of financing the acquisition of an asset; 4 enters into any arrangement under which money or the benefit of a bank or other account may be applied, set off or made subject to a combination of accounts; or 5 enters into any other preferential arrangement having a similar effect. Rate Set Date in relation to a Funding Period, two Business Days before the first day of that Funding Period.
Quasi reorganization In connection with the comprehensive restructuring accomplished in 1991, the Company implemented, for accounting purposes, a "quasi-reorganization," an elective accounting procedure that permits a company that has emerged from previous financial difficulty to restate its accounts and establish a fresh start in an accounting sense. After implementation of the accounting quasi-reorganization, the Company's assets and liabilities were revalued and its deficit in reinvested earnings was charged to capital in excess of par value. The Company effected the accounting quasi-reorganization as of October 1, 1990. Capital in excess of par value may be adjusted in the future as a result of the resolution of pre-quasi reorganization liabilities. ZAPATA CORPORATION NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS -- (CONTINUED) NOTE 1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES -- (CONTINUED) Common Stock On April 27, 1994, Zapata's stockholders approved a one-for-five reverse stock split of Zapata's outstanding common stock (the "Common Stock") effective May 3, 1994 which reduced the number of common shares outstanding from approximately 158.3 million to approximately 31.7 million. The number of authorized shares remained at 165.0 million and the par value of the Common Stock was unchanged. All references to Common Stock, earnings per share, per share price and average number of common shares outstanding have been restated to reflect the reverse stock split. Use of Estimates The preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles requires managements to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenues and expenses during the reporting period. Actual results could differ from those estimates. Recently Issued Accounting Standards In October 1995, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123, "Accounting for Stock Based Compensation" ("SFAS 123"). The Company does not intend to adopt the recognition provisions of the statement but will adopt the disclosure requirements in fiscal year 1997. Other Income and Expense Other expense of $892,000 in fiscal 1996 includes a $499,000 loss related to an investment in Wherehouse Debentures. Other expense of $2.1 million in fiscal 1995 includes a $2.8 million loss related ...
Quasi member of an organized crime group (bouryoku-dan-jun-kousei-in) (a person who is affiliated with an organized crime group and is not a member of an organized crime group and is likely to engage in violent unjust acts with the force of an organized crime group; or one who cooperates with or is involved with maintaining or operating an organized crime group, such as by providing funds, weapons and such to an organized crime group or a member of an organized crime group; hereinafter the same);