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- n. Custom, habituation; normal practice.
- n. Benefit; for example, the 501c3 prohibition against "private inurement" within non-profit entities means that individuals within that organization may not receive excessive compensation or benefit from their employment or association, because such arrangements would contravene the supposed mission of the organization.
- n. In patent law, the doctrine that the work done by a person hired by an inventor to test a conception supports the right of that inventor to the resulting invention.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Use; practice; discipline; habit; custom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of inuring, or the state of being inured; practice; habit.
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The law prohibits the head of a tax-exempt organisation from enjoying unusual perks or compensation; it's called inurement.
Poor governance practices can lead to lax tax compliance especially in the areas of compensation and related party transactions, both of which have significant inurement and private benefit implications.
If this concern is founded, one consequence could be the growing inurement of the KMT to U.S. pressure or interests.
• Mrs. Roberts was informed that these unilateral scholarship awards might constitute inurement, as she often received significant "thank you" gifts from the recipients or their parents.
Does the charity not violate prohibition against private benefit which is distinct and different from prohibition agaist private inurement?
Their exclusion from public life and inurement to heavy male labour give the women all the more power and importance in the household.
Any amount of inurement, even $1, is grounds for losing tax-exempt status, the IRS says.
Elric spared a look towards the corner and shud - dered despite his inurement to hell-born horror.
Oscar was amazed in spite of his inurement to surprises.
There was little physical and mental inurement to cold, and the lightest of clothing was worn.
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