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to take back or remove

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70) As to reportable transactions, the penalty can be rescinded by the FTB Chief Counsel, but only if (1) the taxpayer on whom the penalty is imposed has a history of complying with the California income and franchise tax laws; (2) it is shown that the violation is due to an unintentional mistake of fact; (3) imposing the penalty would be against equity and good conscience; and (4) rescinding the penalty would promote compliance with the tax laws and effective tax administration.
The Affordable Care Act will specifically prohibit insurance companies from rescinding policies, except in cases of fraud or intentional misrepresentation of material fact.
Board member Lynne Plambeck said she found the idea of rescinding the initial resolution discouraging.
The AJCA provides that, notwithstanding any other provision, any IRS determination on rescinding the penalty may not be reviewed in any judicial proceeding.
of retroactively rescinding insurance policy coverage for numerous patients after the health care services have been provided by the hospitals.
JUDGE DENIES JP'S REQUEST FOR STAY OF ORDER RESCINDING STOCK GRANTS
Teachers resent the suggestion that by rescinding furloughs and having their health benefits fully funded meant taking away from students.
A notice rescinding the award was received thereafter without explanation regarding the calculation error.
Zine thinks rescinding the age limit will be bad for the department.
Alamo is extending refunds on a "no-questions-asked basis," meaning that the customer does not have to express any reason for cancelling or rescinding the product, but may simply have changed his or her mind about its purchase.
Sigma will file an amended 15c-211 filing to reflect the rescinding of that acquisition.
Although Burbank Teachers Association officials have said the rescinding of layoff notices raised teachers' morale, they also contend the damage is already done.
We will vigorously defend against the lawsuit as we believe we were justified in rescinding the contracts once we learned of Enron's misrepresentations at the formation stage of the contract and Timothy Belden's admitted energy market manipulation while working at Enron," said Mark Fuchs, LP's General Counsel.