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n. Law
One who conveys a title or property.
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(trænsˈfɜːrə) or


(Law) property law a person who makes a transfer, as of property
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(trænsˈfɜr ər)

Law. a person who transfers a title or property.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.transferor - (law) someone who conveys a title or property to anothertransferor - (law) someone who conveys a title or property to another
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
transferer, transferrer - someone who transfers something
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The Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) en banc discussed the foregoing exception in a recent case (CTA EB 1713) where the Court emphasized the requisites of tax-free exchange, to wit: (a) the transferee is a corporation; (b) the transferee exchanges its shares of stock for property/ies of the transferor; (c) the transfer is made by a person, acting alone or together with others, not exceeding four persons; and, (d) as a result of the exchange the transferor, alone or together with others, not exceeding four, gains control of the transferee.
You can also request free copies of any of these documents by writing to or telephoning the Transferor using the contact details below.
Tribune Media Company ("Transferor") of Chicago, IL, has filed an application to sell the property to Sinclair Divestiture Trust ("Transferee") of Stamford, CT.
transferor) transfers certain appreciated property (Sec.
Section 2013 of the Internal Revenue Code (1) allows a federal estate tax (FET) credit in situations in which the decedent (referred to herein as the "transferee") received, either 10 years before or two years after death, property in a transfer (from the "transferor") that was also subject to FET (TPT credit).
* The transferor who has the mental capacity to execute a contract may revoke it at any time by recording the revocation of the existing deed or by recording a subsequent deed that can be either another TOD deed, or any other deed transferring the property.
If the transferor defaults and does not repurchase the securities, the transferee can sell them to satisfy the obligation.
381 change which corporation succeeds to the tax attributes, including the earnings and profits (E&P), of the transferor or distributor corporation in certain acquisitions.
An SCA is an arrangement whereby a government (transferor) turns over the operation of one of its capital assets (most often infrastructure) to a third-party operator in exchange for some form of consideration.
In general, an ETIP would not end until the termination of the last interest held by either the transferor or the spouse of the transferor during the period in which the property being transferred would have been included in either spouse's estate if that spouse died.
Since the preferred stock (the retained interest) does not encompass a "qualified payment" (cumulative rights), it is valued at zero, meaning that the common stock represents the entire value of the corporation and is subject to gift taxes on that amount (to avoid this result, the transferor could elect into "qualified payment" treatment, with dividends to be paid in the amounts and at the times specified in the election).