partnership

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partnership

A nonspecific term for a relationship which strives for balance, equality and mutual respect, and in which information, power and responsibility are shared by two or more actual or legal persons.

Medspeak-UK
An NHS management word used in the context of a Trust’s achievement of Practice Plus on the journey to becoming a Model Employer. Partnership is essential, both internally (in relationships developed with staff-side colleagues) and externally (when working across organisations (trusts)), or when collaborating across strategic health authority boundaries.

Medspeak-US
Accountable health partnership, see there.
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They give the limited partnership units to their daughter.
There have been allegations that some of these companies have been using these arrangements as vehicles of crime, with a 236% increase in the number of Scottish limited partnerships registered between March 2011 and March 2016.
469(h)(2) to determine why Congress had decided to treat limited partnerships as presumptively passive.
Reaffirming its long-term commitment to independent ownership in the metropolitan New York area, and making an early return of equity to its limited partnership investors, W&M Properties has secured $16 million in permanent financing for its retail condominium in Zeckendorf Towers at 10 Union square East.
For many closely held companies, the LLC and LLP are attractive organizational alternatives to S corporations, general and limited partnerships and professional corporations.
Family limited partnerships, or FLPs, are a popular tool for protecting accumulated wealth.
Accordingly, S corporations are often established to act as general partners of limited partnerships, adding complexity and cost to the structure.
Historically, CPAs have dissuaded estate planning clients from funding family limited partnerships with personal use property, such as a primary or secondary residence.

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