Informal Interpretations

Informal interpretations provide guidance from previous staff interpretations on the applicability of the HSR rules to specific fact situations. You should not rely on them as a substitute for reading the Act and the Rules themselves. These materials do not, and are not intended to, constitute legal advice.

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1201007 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.1(c), 802.21

Response/Comments

1. The current position is that receiving an annuity from a GRAT or CRT does not constitute a reversionary interest and therefore the settlor does not hold the assets in the trust. 2. You would not...

1201007 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.1(c), 802.21

Response/Comments

1. The current position is that receiving an annuity from a GRAT or CRT does not constitute a reversionary interest and therefore the settlor does not hold the assets in the trust. 2. You would not...

1201005 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
802.21

Response/Comments

01/10/2012 1. Correct 2. Yes - another filing would be required. In order for 802.21 to apply, the threshold must be exceeded by means of an acquisition, not an increase in value.

1201002 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.2

Response/Comments

You are correct - there is no general exemption for the merger of two agricultural cooperatives. 1) Are the members entitled to vote for the election of directors? If so, this would be treated as an...

1201002 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.2

Response/Comments

– You are correct - there is no general exemption for the merger of two agricultural cooperatives. 1) Are the members entitled to vote for the election of directors? If so, this would be treated as...

1112007 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.10

Response/Comments

– (Redacted) -I think that he can do a FMV based on the current trading price. He knows how many shares he is going to get, just not what the price per share will be on the day of vesting. If he...

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