limitation


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Synonyms for limitation

Synonyms for limitation

the act of limiting or condition of being limited

the greatest amount or number allowed

Synonyms for limitation

a principle that limits the extent of something

the quality of being limited or restricted

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the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed

(law) a time period after which suits cannot be brought

an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)

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Criminal statutes of limitations limit the exposure of an individual to prosecution to a certain period following the commission of the crime.
The second 50% limitation refers to gifts (other than capital gain property) to certain types of charitable organizations (50% charities) that are considered first in computing the overall 50% limit.
Taking into consideration the judicial effects of a completed limitation, according to article 2506 of the new Civil Code, paragraph 1, which provides that the limitation does not operate as of right, instead it must be invoked, we consider that the present paper can underline the major effects of the new regulation of the above-mentioned institution on a civil trial.
Evaluating current process operating parameters and limitations
Paying back your debts is important, but having statutes of limitation is also important.
Firms that wish to exclude an engagement must request a waiver from the scope limitation report modification.
Extending the carryover period would significantly benefit companies in an excess limitation position that often see credits expire under the existing five-year carryover period.
But his lawsuit was thrown out because the statute of limitations for bringing the claim had expired.
The EEOC defines a substantial limitation as the inability to perform a major life activity that the average person can perform or a significant restriction in the condition, manner, or duration of the performance of an activity as compared to the average person.
Unless Mabon receives specific approval under section 4(c)(8) of the BHC Act to conduct the activities independently, any revenues from the incidental activities must be treated as ineligible revenues subject to the Board's revenue limitation.
The limitation is a limitation, and will probably always remain as such.
The basic concept of the conditional limitation clause is to permit landlord to (i) give notice to tenant of some default; and (ii) if tenant does not cure, declare the lease to be terminated.
The lesson in a nutshell is: Tax limitation without serious spending control is not enough to stop the growth of government.
A Functional Limitation (FL) is "a consequence of a health problem and represents an inability to meet a standard of an anatomical, physiological, psychological, or mental nature (impairment).
It is important to note that this excludes those people who report a chronic condition, but not a limitation in activity.