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limited partner

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(Commerce) a business partner who has no management authority and no personal liability
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Venture Partners has raised approximately $650 million in various limited partnerships, including approximately $190 million in 1996, and is one of the largest and most active venture capital investment firms in the country.
24, 1997--Developers Diversified Realty Corporation of Moreland Hills, Ohio and two limited partnerships controlled by North Olmsted, Ohio Developer Daniel E.
The proceeds of the private placement will be used for drilling the lands of the limited partnerships.
Gopher would also like to announce that it has entered into Option Agreements with the Silver Energy Limited Partnership and the Kaybob Limited Partnership whereby Gopher has the sole option to acquire all of the issued and outstanding partnership units in both limited partnerships, in exchange for Gopher issuing 7,600,000 common shares of Gopher.
Interests in the limited partnerships were then sold by the funds to the public, raising approximately $260 million.
19, 1996--Acting on behalf of thousands of investors who placed funds in managed futures limited partnerships, the New York law firm of Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP has filed a class action suit in New York State Supreme Court alleging fraud against underwriter and issuer, Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc.
GII"), which owns the general partners in 13 Consolidated Capital Properties real estate limited partnerships.
Limited partner ownership and participation restrictions are irrelevant to LLCs, which offer more favorable tax attributes than limited partnerships and avoid the restrictions of S corporations.
The Mutual Fund Corporation was established in part to enable resource flow-through limited partnerships from the Mineralfields group effect rollover transactions into the Mutual Fund Corporation.
1402(a)-1 (b); this rule was originally intended to prevent passive investors in limited partnerships from including investment income in Social Security earnings.
Thornburg, is the managing general partner of limited partnerships which own nine apartment properties and three shopping center properties in North Carolina and Virginia.
This article discusses how professionals can use funded revocable living trusts and family limited partnerships to protect assets.

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