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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1201011 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
Form Item 7

Response/Comments

1. Correct - no response 2. The acquiring person would report its overlap with the JV, but does not need to report the other venture because it is not an acquired entity that is a party to the...

1201011 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
Form Item 7

Response/Comments

– 1. Correct - no response 2. The acquiring person would report its overlap with the JV, but does not need to report the other venture because it is not an acquired entity that is a party to the...

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.

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