Sub-section (2) of newly inserted section 115TD provides that the accreted
income for the purposes of sub-section (1) thereof means the amount by which the aggregate fair market value of the total assets of the trust or the institution, as on the specified date, exceeds the total liability of such trust or institution computed in accordance with the method of valuation as may be prescribed.
How much of the original accreted
mass remains on the accreting star will determine how much mass the accreting star will gain or lose during this process.
35 aggregate accreted
principal amount of its remarketed senior debentures due 2033, as required by the Indenture dated as of April 15, 2003 between the company and Citibank, NA (NYSE: C), as trustee, as amended.
The nature and age of accreted
terranes provide insight into processes and paleogeography preceding terrane accretion.
Starting in Year 4, the bond will pay contingent interest for the six-month period ending June 30 or December 31, if its average market price during a "measurement period" before the six-month period was greater than 120% of its accreted
Over time, the liability is accreted
to its present value each period, and the capitalized cost is depreciated over the useful life of the related asset.
The present interpretation of oceanic plate motions over this hotspot suggest that a sea mount chain should have been formed roughly parallel to the North American margin and subsequently accreted
into the subduction complex.
City Planning Commission Chairman Joseph Rose asserted that "a body of regulations has accreted
that stands in the way of housing production, retail growth and other activity .
Upon conversion, the issuer must pay cash for the obligation's accreted
value (the debt's carrying amount at conversion) and may satisfy the conversion spread (the excess conversion value over the accreted
value) in either cash or stock.
Instead, they lean toward the idea that Nereid accreted
into a moon around Neptune or another planet and that both it and Triton were knocked into their peculiar orbits by some large body or planet.