make a gift


make a gift
index give (grant)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • GIFT — GIFT, the transfer of legal rights without any consideration or payment. It is essentially no more than a sale without payment and all the principles of the law of sale apply (see sale ). The Da at of the Parties The decision (gemirat ha da at)… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • gift — [gɪft] noun [countable] 1. something given to someone on a special occasion or to thank them; = PRESENT: • Sales of Christmas gifts are expected to grow about 20%. gift adjective [only before a noun] : • She has several years of experience …   Financial and business terms

  • make over — index change, convert (change use), deliver, devolve, fix (repair), grant (transfer formally), present ( …   Law dictionary

  • gift — noun 1 sth that you give to sb ADJECTIVE ▪ generous, kind, thoughtful (esp. AmE) ▪ Thank you all for your kind gifts. ▪ expensive, lavish, precious …   Collocations dictionary

  • Gift (law) — Property law Part of …   Wikipedia

  • Gift Splitting — A taxation rule that allows a married couple to split a gift s total value as if each contributed half of the amount. Gift splitting allows a couple to increase their total gift tax exemption amount by combining individual allowances. For gift… …   Investment dictionary

  • gift aid — A system enabling individuals and companies to donate money to charities and for the charities to recover the tax paid on these donations (thus increasing the value of the donation by 28% in 2005–06). The taxpayer must make a gift aid declaration …   Accounting dictionary

  • gift aid — A system enabling individuals and companies to donate money to charities and for the charities to recover the tax paid on these donations (thus increasing the value of the donation by 28% in 2005 06). The taxpayer must make a gift aid declaration …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • gift — W2S2 [gıft] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old Nors] 1.) something that you give someone, for example to thank them or because you like them, especially on a special occasion = ↑present ▪ The earrings were a gift from my aunt. gift of ▪ a generous gift of …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Gift Aid — is a scheme to enable tax effective giving by individuals to charities in the United Kingdom. The Gift Aid scheme was originally introduced in Finance Act 1990 for donation from 1 October 1990, but was originally limited to cash gifts of £600 or… …   Wikipedia


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