Chapter 17 - Solution Manual

Where restrictions on the amount of funds which may

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Where restrictions on the amount of funds which may be loaned or advanced differ from the amount restricted as to transfer in the form of cash dividends, the amount least restrictive to the subsidiary shall be used. Redeemable preferred stocks (§ 210.5–02.28) and minority interests shall be deducted in computing net assets for purposes of this test. FASB ASC 17-7 Common Interest Realty Associations Search common interest realty association 972-235- 20 through 50 Common Interest Realty Association An association, also known as a community association, responsible for the governance of the common interest community, for which it was established to serve. A common interest realty association is generally funded by its members via periodic assessments by the common interest
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379 realty association so that it can perform its duties, which include management services and maintenance, repair, and replacement of the common property, among other duties established in the governing documents and by state statute. 50-1 In addition to disclosures required by generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for other entities, the notes to a common interest realty association's financial statements shall also include disclosures about all of the following: a. The common interest realty association's legal form (corporation or association) and that of the entity for which it provides services (for example, condominium, homeowners association, cooperative), areas it controls, and the number of units. (In place of the number of units, cooperative housing corporations may disclose the number of shares and time-share associations may disclose the number of weeks.) b. Services (such as maintenance) and subsidies provided by the developer c. The number of units (shares for cooperative housing corporations and weeks for time- share associations) owned by the developer. > Future Major Repairs and Replacements 50-2 A common interest realty association shall disclose information in its notes to financial statements about its funding for future major repairs and replacements. Disclosures about such funding shall include all of the following: a. Requirements, if any, in statutes or the common interest realty association's documents (or mortgage or governmental bodies funding requirements, for example, Federal Housing Administration often has such requirements) to accumulate funds for future major repairs and replacements and the common interest realty association's compliance or lack of compliance with them b. A description of the common interest realty association's funding policy, if any, and compliance with that policy c. A statement that funds, if any, are being accumulated based on estimated future (or current) costs, that actual expenditures may vary from these estimates, and that the variations may be material d. Amounts assessed for major repairs and replacements in the current period, if any e. A statement indicating whether a study was conducted to estimate the remaining useful lives of common property components and the costs of future major repairs and replacements.
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