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Financial terms in "Estate Planning"

1. contingent annuity

2. community income

3. wall

4. Day of the Jackal fraud

5. foundation

6. testate

7. Securities Enforcement Remedies and Penny Stock Reform Act of 1990

8. punitive damages

9. OIS

10. holder in due course

11. fair price provision

12. S Corporation

13. ceteris paribus

14. Security Deposit

15. charitable remainder trust

16. documentation

17. Affinity fraud

18. Securities Exchange of Thailand

19. DBA

20. joint life with last survivor annuity

21. guilt-edged investment

22. involuntary conversion

23. assign

24. Department of Commerce

25. Deed

26. accept

27. related party transaction

28. Taft-Hartley Act of 1947

29. third party

30. incident of ownership

31. GST exemption

32. Dirks test

33. non-arm's length transaction

34. adjusted gross estate

35. endorsement

36. Principal

37. Investment Advisors Act of 1940

38. Qualified domestic trust

39. Will

40. unconditional

41. adhesion contract

42. letters patent

43. regulatory risk

44. Division of Corporate Finance

45. moratorium

46. Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act

47. binder

48. Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, And Enforcement Act Of 1989 (FIRREA)

49. fixed income clearing corporation (FICC)

50. Contractor

51. compulsory arbitration

52. non-compete agreement

53. confidentiality agreement

54. Chartered Financial Consultant

55. corporate fiduciary

56. proxy directive

57. statutory

58. Testamentary

59. anti-reciprocal rule

60. execution

61. charitable lead trust

62. Escrow Account

63. irrevocable income-only trust (IIOT)

64. related party

65. in intestacy

66. Federal Trade Commission Act Of 1914

67. incorporated

68. immunity

69. primary regulator

70. notice

71. defeasance

72. entity

73. conservator

74. Exemption equivalent

75. discretionary trust

76. disclosure requirements

77. party

78. Securities Law Enforcement Remedies Act of 1990

79. Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC)

80. mortgage lien

81. Securities Information Center (SIC)

82. discretionary

83. Family office

84. Copyright

85. corporate agent

86. legal age

87. fraud

88. embezzle

89. grantor trust rules

90. certain and continuous

91. Right of First Refusal

92. Canadian Income Trust

93. Bill of Sale

94. taping rule

95. entitlements

96. fiduciary

97. Thrift Administration Review Program

98. sunshine laws

99. inalienable

100. Estate tax exemption amount

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Filing Basis

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The legal basis for filing an application for registration of a mark. The trademark act sets out five filing bases, and an applicant must specify and meet the requirements of one or more bases before the mark will be approved for publication for opposition or registration on the supplemental register. The five bases are: (1) use of a mark in commerce under §1(a) of the Act; (2) bona fide intention to use a mark in commerce under §1(b) of the Act; (3) a claim of priority, based on an earlier-filed foreign application under §44(d) of the Act; (4) registration of a mark in the applicant’s country of origin under §44(e) of the Act; and (5) extension of protection of an international registration to the United States, under §66(a) of the Act and the madrid protocol. The requirements for the bases are set forth in Trademark Rule 2.34. -- seeTMEP §806. If no basis is set forth in the original application for registration, the examining attorney will issue an office action requiring the applicant to specify a basis and meet al. requirements for the basis. In applications under §§1 and 44, the applicant may claim more than one basis, and/or may add or substitute a basis after filing the application.

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