Roleset id: incur.01 , incur, unwillingly take on, Source: , vncls: , framnet: incur.01: INCUR-V NOTES: Comparison with 'suffer'. No verbnet entry, no FN. Checked by Julia, 10/2010. (from incur.01-v)
Arg0-PAG: entity taking something on
Arg2-PRP: reason for penalty
Or he-1 might have *trace*-1 to incur a huge expense of either buying Mr. Icahn's stock, possibly at a premium, or paying stockholders a special dividend partly because of Mr. Icahn's pressure.
Arg1: a huge expense of either buying Mr. Icahn's stock, possibly at a premium, or paying stockholders a special dividend partly because of Mr. Icahn's pressure
Example: with cause of penalty
The law could redound to the advantage of brokers and banks, who-1 *trace*-1 incur high administrative costs to deliver securities to investors.
Arg0: *trace*-1 (= who)
Argm-rcl: who -> brokers and banks
Arg1: high administrative costs
Arg2: to deliver securities to investors
Example: automatically generated
Takeover stock speculators have incurred paper losses of over $700 million from the failed UAL offer, their worst loss ever on a single deal.
Arg0: Takeover stock speculators
Arg1: paper losses of over $ 700 million
Arg2: from the failed UAL offer
Argm-prd: their worst loss ever on a single deal
The company also said expenses-1 incurred *trace*-1 by the previous board and management in the recent contest for control were recognized primarily in the first quarter ended Sept. 30.
Arg0: by the previous board and management
Argm-loc: in the recent contest for control