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Financial terms starting with "L"

1. Local Labour Markets

2. LSO

3. Linked Samples

4. limited liability company (LLC)

5. Lower Quartile

6. Later stage

7. Lift

8. Long-line Fishing

9. licensee

10. Loan Acceleration

11. Large Cap - Big Cap

12. Landfill Site

13. lender liability

14. Labour Market Dynamics

15. Long-term Capital Loss

16. Logarithmic Paasche Price Index

17. LCA

18. Lehman Brothers Government/Corporate Bond Index

19. long hedge

20. Legal Custody

21. less than truckload (LTL)

22. Licit

23. life assurance company

24. longevity insurance

25. Longitudinal Flue Space

26. Lyon Terms

27. lien theory state

28. legal owner

29. Loan Payoff Amount

30. Low Hanging Fruit 

31. lap joint

32. Lump-sum distribution

33. learning curve

34. liability limits

35. long-term insurance

36. Local Loop Unbundling (LLU)

37. legatee

38. Late Foetal Death

39. Lender Name

40. lot book

41. lakh

42. London Interbank Offer Rate

43. Litigious

44. load float

45. Lease Purchase

46. Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns

47. liquid assets

48. Lewd And Lascivious

49. Lean

50. limited access highway

51. life of contract

52. License Plate

53. law of supply and demand

54. loss-control activities

55. limited Mexico coverage endorsement

56. Language - ISO

57. Leave-Sharing Plan

58. Lead pipe

59. lift a leg

60. lampholder

61. LR

62. long-term capital

63. letter report

64. Long-lived Assets

65. Leveraged Employee Stock Ownership Plan (LESOP)

66. Lame Duck

67. Leveraged equity

68. landlocked

69. Labor Banks

70. Larry Ellison

71. Land Rehabilitation

72. long-term financing

73. loop switch

74. Losses

75. Leadership

76. legal lending limit

77. Long-term Incentive Plan

78. Last in, first out (LIFO)

79. loss relief

80. Lender Option Commitments

81. Lie Detector Test

82. livestock collision

83. Loaded Couponing

84. Liquidity Base

85. Least Expensive Alternative Treatment

86. Last Notice Day

87. Lerner Index

88. Listing Agent

89. Lehman Brothers New York Municipal Bond Index

90. learning by doing

91. loss limitation

92. Lewis

93. live-work space

94. locknut

95. Limits To Arbitrage

96. LIE

97. Liability Insurance

98. lending at a rate

99. Loss Of Use

100. Landominium

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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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