Fifty-Percent or Greater Interest shall have the meaning ascribed to such term for purposes of Sections 355(d) and (e) of the Code.
Less Section 1231 Loss (1994) (55) (55) (55) (55) (55) (55) Less: Cash Distributions (through September 30, 1996) (661) (661) (634) (634) (574) (574) Estimated 1996 Rental Loss (16) (16) (16) Estimated 1996 Investment Interest Expense (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) Estimated Current Basis Per Interest 1,379 2,040 1,405 2,043 1,479 2,068 THE FOREGOING ESTIMATE INCLUDES ESTIMATES OF THE ALLOCATED PORTIONS OF ITEMS ATTRIBUTABLE TO 1996 (INCLUDING INTEREST INCOME, AND PASSIVE ACTIVITY LOSSES). EACH LIMITED PARTNER MUST DETERMINE HIS OWN ADJUSTED BASIS. Under the foregoing and utilizing the estimated adjusted tax basis, an original Limited Partner whose Interests are purchased in the Offer would incur a gain of approximately $245 to $345 per Interest (on average) for taxable limited partners or a loss of approximately $316 to $344 per Interest (on average) for tax- exempt limited partners as follows: 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 Taxable Tax Exempt Taxable Tax Exempt Taxable Tax Exempt Cash for Interests 402 402 402 402 402 402 Relief from Non-Recourse Liabilities 1,322 1,322 1,322 1,322 1,322 1,322 Selling Price 1,724 1,724 1,724 1,724 1,724 1,724 Subtracted Basis (computed above) (1,379) (2,040) (1,405) (2,043) (1,479) (2,068) Taxable gain (loss) $ 345 $ (316) $ 319 $ (319) $ 245 $ (344) Such a loss will be a capital loss if the Interests are a capital asset in the hands of the current Limited Partner. Capital losses are deductible only to the extent of capital gains plus, in the case of a noncorporate taxpayer, ordinary income up to $3,000. Noncorporate taxpayers can carry a net capital loss forward until it is exhausted. Corporations can carry net capital losses back three years and forward five years. The actual taxable gain (loss) for any particular Limited Partner may vary depending on that Limited Partner's particular circumstances. For example, if a current Limited Partner acquired an Interest from another Limited Partner rather than in the initial offering of Interests, the current Limited Partner's basis for his Interests is probably not between $1,379 to $1,479 for taxable limited partners (the amounts shown above). Furthermore, if the Limited Partner has suspended passive activity losses from this Partnership or from any other activity, the Limited Partner may be able to offset the income allocated to him by the Partnership for 1996 by the amount of his suspended passive activity losses. The General Partner estimates that the amount of suspended passive activity losses from this Partnership would range from $325 to $344 per Interest, on average, for taxable limited partners, unless such losses have previously been utilized by the Limited Partner. Under this assumption, the resulting net gain (loss) of the sale of Interests pursuant to this Offer would range from a net loss of $80 per Interest to a net gain of $1 per Interest for taxable limited partners.
Total means the sum of all individual pesticides detected and quantified in the monitoring procedure, including their relevant metabolites, degradation and reaction products.
Equal or “Approved Equal” shall mean equal as determined by DCAS, in its sole discretion.
Percent or "percentage" means the percentage by weight.
Five Percent Owner means, in the case of a corporation, any person who owns (or is considered as owning within the meaning of Code Section 416(i)) more than five percent of the outstanding stock of the Employer or stock possessing more than five percent of the total combined voting power of all stock of the Employer. In the case of an Employer that is not a corporation, “Five Percent Owner” shall mean any person who owns or under applicable regulations is considered as owning more than five percent of the capital or profits interest in the Employer. In determining percentage ownership hereunder, employers that would otherwise be aggregated under Code Sections 414(b), (c), and (m) shall be treated as separate employers.
Greater Than 10% Stockholder means an individual then owning (within the meaning of Section 424(d) of the Code) more than 10% of the total combined voting power of all classes of stock of the Company or any subsidiary corporation (as defined in Section 424(f) of the Code) or parent corporation thereof (as defined in Section 424(e) of the Code).
Aggregate Value means, with respect to any block of Equity Stock, the sum of the products of (i) the number of shares of each class of Equity Stock within such block multiplied by (ii) the corresponding Market Price of one share of Equity Stock of such class.
Threshold Percentage means 15%.
aggregate turnover means the aggregate value of all taxable supplies (excluding the value of inward supplies on which tax is payable by a person on reverse charge basis), exempt supplies, exports of goods or services or both and inter-State supplies of persons having the same Permanent Account Number, to be computed on all India basis but excludes central tax, State tax, Union territory tax, integrated tax and cess;
Percentage Ratio means with respect to a Trust, the percentage relationship among the Securities based on the number of contracts of each Option per Unit, the principal amount of each Bond per Unit and the number of shares of each Equity Security per Unit compared to all Securities attributable to each Unit existing immediately prior to the related additional deposit of Securities. The Percentage Ratio shall be adjusted to the extent necessary, and may be rounded, to reflect the occurrence of a stock dividend, a stock split or a similar event which affects the capital structure of the issuer of a security."
rand value means the total estimated value of a contract in Rand, calculated at the time of bid invitation, and includes all applicable taxes;
Fair Market Value Excess With respect to each Mortgage Loan to be purchased pursuant to Section 10.01(a), the excess, if any, of the Fair Market Value Call Price for such Mortgage Loan, over the Par Call Price for such Mortgage Loan. Any Fair Market Value Excess will not become part of the related Group Available Funds, but shall instead be distributed directly to the Holders of the Class A-LR Certificates pursuant to Section 4.02(g).
Total Intrinsic Loss Estimate means the sum of the SF1-4 Intrinsic Loss Estimate in the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, and the Commercial Intrinsic Loss Estimate in the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, expressed in dollars.
Net Asset Value per Share means the Net Asset Value of a Fund divided by the
Threshold means, with respect to Party B and any Valuation Date, infinity.
Total cost means the total annual cost of benefits and related costs including but not limited to claims, administration expenses, insurance premiums, consulting, auditing and advisory fees and all other costs and taxes, as reported on the insurance carrier’s most recent yearly statement, and if any, premium costs on other district school area board or public school authority statements, for the year ending no later than August 31, 2015. The aforementioned statements are to be provided to the Ministry of Education. Total Cost excludes retiree costs. The average number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) positions in the bargaining unit as at October 31st and March 31st for the period consistent with this clause.
SF1-4 Intrinsic Loss Estimate means total losses under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement in the amount of eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000.00).
Average Excess Availability means, with respect to any period, the sum of the aggregate amount of Excess Availability for each Business Day in such period (calculated as of the end of each respective Business Day) divided by the number of Business Days in such period.
Adjusted Book Value means, as of a particular date, the Book Value on such date, subject to the following adjustments, each of which shall have been derived from the Company’s IFRS financial statements for the period ended on such date (or, if not derivable from such financial statements, shall be determined in good faith by the Company), but reduced by the amount of the federal income tax applicable thereto:
Worst Value means, in respect of a SPS Valuation Date, the lowest Underlying Reference Value for any Underlying Reference in the Basket in respect of such SPS Valuation Date.
Cumulative Loss Percentage With respect to any Distribution Date, the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is the aggregate amount of Realized Losses incurred from the Cut-off Date to the last day of the calendar month preceding the month in which such Distribution Date occurs and the denominator of which is the Cut-off Date Pool Principal Balance of the Mortgage Loans.
Maximum Contract Value means the amount specified in the "Limitation of Expenditure" clause set out in the Contract; and
Diminution in Value in respect of the Project shall mean any reduction in the value, using the original fair market value (without regard to depreciation) as determined in Step 1 of Section 4.01 of this Fee Agreement, of the items which constitute a part of the Project and which are subject to FILOT payments which may be caused by the Company’s or any Sponsor Affiliate’s removal and/or disposal of equipment pursuant to Section 4.04 hereof, or by its election to remove components of the Project as a result of any damage or destruction or any Condemnation Event with respect thereto.
Total Contract Value means contract value plus statutory dues like GST etc. and any other amount payable under contract.
Total Value means either the fair market value or the actual price paid for a covered animal part or product, whichever is greater.