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Although corporations can opt in to become a PBC, there is no obligation on them to do so and they need the support of their shareholders.
Right now, 71 percent of all non-agricultural part-time workers fit the latter category, and one of the biggest noneconomic reasons that people look for or accept part-time work is child care obligations.
Each of us has an obligation to befriend people who are different from us and invite them into our homes.
Earlier in lockdown, when people were always available — because life outside the home was essentially banned — there were new, complicated obligations to be virtually present.
By spreading out the payments over many years, he could keep his tax obligations low.
HOW THE CITY CAME TO LEASE A LEMONLISA HALVERSTADT AND JESSE MARXAUGUST 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Remember several candidates have given themselves loans, and there’s no obligation for candidates to spend the money they loan to their campaign.
The contracts include obligations on behalf of both parties and sets out rights for the individuals’ whose personal data is being transferred.
“SDG&E has an obligation to provide electricity and gas to every customer requesting service in every community in our service territory, and we will continue to meet that obligation, regardless,” Gao, the SDG&E spokeswoman, wrote in an email.
As long as at least 60% of the money is spent on payroll, there is no repayment obligation.
There is an implied obligation on the hirer's part to use the car only for the purpose and in the manner for which it was hired.

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