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The requirements of FIN 46(R), codified in ASC Topic 810, Consolidation, were created in the wake of Enron's collapse in order to prevent the hiding of liabilities on the balance sheets of dummy corporations.
The conspiracy involved a scheme to set up dummy corporations and other steps that enabled Mr.
According to Amazon Defense Coalition, examples of Chevron's improper tactics in the litigation include putting out fake news reports that appear independent, trying to pay a journalist to spy on the plaintiffs, setting up dummy corporations in Ecuador to hide the company's role in testing soil samples, and mounting a sting operation to entrap an Ecuadorian judge presiding over the case.
Turnpike immaculate, the salt marsh flanked in / masks, cupids, urns, plumage, syringes, food wrappers, cigarette butts, / the carved and gilded heraldry of a clean-up crew called Special Removal, / leasing themselves like automobiles registered to a series of dummy corporations / wraparound ballistics the belief in an extraordinary rendition of / the axiom 'let every soul be subject'".
Congress just closed a loophole that institutions have been using by forming dummy corporations that served "eligible lender-trustee relationships.
So they set up a dummy corporation named Julenara to acquire the property.
Of the 15 persons, one has already managed to escape the net, having fled the country to Costa Rica, a country with which Trinidad & Tobago has no extradition treaty; The money was secretly stashed in off-shore accounts in the name of several dummy corporations located in the Bahamas, New Jersey and Miami, sources stated.
Imagine my surprise," he wrote, "when I was sworn into the State House, to learn that Missouri has the same problem with businesses using dummy corporations to avoid paying taxes.