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Non-Lapse Restriction
A restriction in a stock grant that never lapses, even after the shares have vested. One example is a buyback provision in a grant of stock made by a private company that requires an employee to sell back the shares at fair market value should employment be terminated. This type of provision is not considered a substantial risk of forfeiture and does not postpone income recognition.
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