qualified liquidation

(4) Qualified liquidation For purposes of this part— (A) In general The term “qualified liquidation” means a transaction in which— (i) the REMIC adopts a plan of complete liquidation, (ii) such REMIC sells all its assets (other than cash) within the liquidation period, and (iii) all proceeds of the liquidation (plus the cash), less assets retained to meet claims, are credited or distributed to holders of regular or residual interests on or before the last day of the liquidation period. (B) Liquidation period The term “liquidation period” means the period— (i) beginning on the date of the adoption of the plan of liquidation, and (ii) ending at the close of the 90th day after such date.


26 USC § 860F(a)(4)

Scoping language

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