A Tribe or Tribal organization may request that its initial IV-D grant be awarded for a funding period of less than one year (but at least six months) or more than one year (but not to exceed 17 months) to enable its program funding cycle to coincide with the funding period specified in paragraph (a)(1) of this section.
A Tribe or Tribal organization must obligate its Federal title IV-D grant funds no later than the last day of the funding period for which they were awarded.
The Bankruptcy Court conducted an initial hearing on the Motion on March 8, 2017.
At the hearing, Richard Standish and Charles Sizemore, the Plaintiffs in the Class Action discussed below, orally objected to the Motion and asked for time to file a written objection.
A Tribe or Tribal organization may submit a written request for an extension of the deadline for liquidating Federal title IV-D grant funds.
Such a request must be sent to ACF, to the attention of the Federal grants officer named on the most recent grant award.
has been a long standing customer of Martin Auction and we hold several equipment and utility auctions throughout the year that will include bucket trucks, aerial equipment, construction equipment and fleet vehicles.
Auctions and consignments from surrounding farmers have been the traditional support of Martin Auction.
As result of the objection, the Proposed Distribution will be delayed until the Bankruptcy Court rules on the Motion.Further complication arises because the “tax” partnership includes not only entities organized as general partnerships or limited partnerships (“LP”) under state law, but also the newer forms of limited liability partnerships (“LLP”), initially primarily for professionals, and the increasingly popular limited liability company (“LLC”). Adjustment to Partnership's Basis in Assets Under 734(b) 1. The newer forms, particularly the LLC, have many more entity characteristics, particularly when full advantage of the freedom to contract that is part of the latest revisions of the governing statutes in most commercial states is taken into account, so that it is hard to distinguish them from corporations. Any of these funds remaining unobligated after that date must be returned to the Department.A Tribe or Tribal organization must liquidate the Federal title IV-D grant funds obligated during the obligation period specified in paragraph (b) of this section no later than the last day of the 12-month period immediately following the obligation period.