Why is it necessary to erase the startup configuration before reloading the router?
Because it's the easiest way to make sure that the previous person's changes are removed so that you can start configuring a fresh system. If you didn't erase the startup config file you'd have to manually issue "NO xyz" commands to remove a bunch of stuff you didn't want or need in your config. The quicker way is to delete the Startup config and reload the router. When the router comes up it'll look for the Startup config, find it missing, and ask you if you want to go into Autoconfig mode. I'm sure your instructor told you to reply NO to this question. HTH
Gram Panchayat approved plot is registered in village panchayat of the village limits, to which the plot belongs. It however need not be recognized by BBMP (Bruhath Bengalooru Mahanagara Palike). If the builder posses form-9 and form-11 approved by the Thahasildar of the Village panchayat the land can be bought for non-agricultural purposes like marking layouts, sites. However, i doubt if the nationalized banks (like SBI,SBM,SBH,..., IOB, Canara, LIC etc) recognized by RBI, provide housing/site purchase/construction loan for such property as the property would be registered under B-Khaate. A quick one liner about Khaate is A-Khaate property usually belongs to BBMP limits and is recognized by some ward office within Bangalore Corp. B-Khaate, is issued to sites/property which are either with a Gram Thaana (Village Panchayat registered), Revenue (The plot still under conversion from B to A Khaate but not really registered under any BBMP ward). To answer your question in the description "Do buying these land is proper and risk free?" - well it depends. As said earlier if the builder can produce Encumbrance Certificate (EC - gives information of any mortgage, other legal heir), Khaate (Property registration document in the village panchayat), absolute sales deed (atleast the previous sales), then the risk is less. If failed to produce any of these, the risk is more.I recommend, contacting a civil lawyer before and once you get the property documents to know in and out legalities of the property!This link might torch some light on Gram Panchayat Property Registration.Page on 100.80.97
Accounting/Business- Chapter 8 Long Term Assets?
In January 2011, Keona Co. pays $2,800,000 for a tract of land with two buildings on it. It plans to demolish Building 1 and build a new store in its place. Building 2 will be a company office; it is appraised at $641,300, with a useful life of 20 years and an $80,000 salvage value. A lighted parking lot near Building 1 has improvements (Land Improvements 1) valued at $408,100 that are expected to last another 14 years with no salvage value. Without the buildings and improvements, the tract of land is valued at $1,865,600. The company also incurs the following additional costs: Cost to demolish Building 1 $ 422,600 Cost of additional land grading 167,200 Cost to construct new building (Building 3), having a useful life of 25 years and a $390,100 salvage value 2,019,000 Cost of new land improvements (Land Improvements 2) near Building 2 having a 20-year useful life and no salvage value 158,000 Allocate the costs incurred by Keona to the appropriate columns and total each column. (Leave no cells blank - be certain to enter "0" wherever required. Omit the "$" sign in your response.) Land Building 2 Building 3 Landimprovements 1 Landimprovements 2 Purchase price $ $ $ $ $ Demolition Land grading New building New improvements Totals $ $ $ $ $ I NEED TO KNOW THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR LAND, BUILDING 2, AND LAND IMPROVEMENTS 1? I already know the other amounts.
What is town planning?
Are you asking if any human beings are making plans to construct a city ? If it is your query, my answer is not any, no longer me. If each and all of the residences that I even have geared up individually have been grouped collectively, it would be a city. yet my city making plans days are in the previous. Sorry, you will might desire to save someplace else.
After I-130 approved, what is the next step?
Jessica, the I-130 means nothing. It's just a petition that establishes the relationship between petitioner (you) and beneficiary (your husband). Basically, and approved I-130 says: yes, she is a U.S. citizen and yes, he is her husband. If you filed for AoS and it was denied, based on your husband entering the U.S. with a non-immigrant visa and the intent to immigrate, that's called immigration fraud. Immigration fraud by material misrepresentation carries a lifetime bar from the United States with no waiver available. But even if the I.O. was a nice guy and did not bar your husband, he's dead in the water for 10 years now anyway because he's out of status! See, once the AoS was denied, the time he overstayed was all activated and counted again. Your petition would be forwarded to the National Visa Center and from there to the U.S. consulate in his home country. So he needs to travel there to have his immigrant visa interview, based on the approved I-130. The moment he leaves the U.S., the 10-year bar is triggered, that means his visa application will be denied. He would have to stay for 10-years out of the U.S. before he can try again. But even after 10 years there's no guarantee that he will receive a visa, based on trying to scam the U.S. government. You will need to move to his country, because if you don't, even after 10 years the consulate would not approve a visa for him, based on the assumption that your marriage was just a means to provide him with immigration benefits. So as a loving wife and mother, you'll move to his country now and cross your fingers that he is not barred for life because of attempted immigration fraud.
Intermediate Accounting Question?
Hanson Company is constructing a building. Construction began on February 1 and was completed on December 31. Expenditures were $1,896,000 on March 1, $1,212,000 on June 1, and $3,059,700 on December 31. Hanson Company borrowed $1,199,800 on March 1 on a 5-year, 13% note to help finance construction of the building. In addition, the company had outstanding all year a 10%, 5-year, $2,011,600 note payable and an 11%, 4-year, $3,872,300 note payable. Compute avoidable interest for Hanson Company. Use the weighted-average interest rate for interest capitalization purposes. (Round percentages to 2 decimal places, e.g. 2.50% and final answer to 0 decimal places, e.g. 5,275.) avoidable interest = ?