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the formal product of a legislative or judicial body

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In general, taxing jurisdictions may issue assessments for periods otherwise barred by the standard statute of limitation if the taxpayer owes additional tax because of the Internal Revenue Service's examination of the taxpayers federal tax return or the taxpayer's amendment of its federal tax return.
The statute barred laws refer to debts from sources such as: | Credit cards; | Personal loans; | Store cards; | Bank loans; | Finance company loans, and | Utility bills.
In the Grand Condominium case, the commercial unit owners challenged this new statute on grounds that it violated the contracts clause of the Florida Constitution.
Properly understood, statutes of repose do not cut off the remedy as a statute of limitation does.
The statute works on organizing all procedures, which the law entrusted the statute to organize, noting that major subjects addressed by the statute is organizing the single window, through which all corporate dealings can be accomplished, Minister Al-Saleh said in a press statement.
An examination of RICO and its legislative history sadly reveals that it does not contain a provision for a statute of limitations specifically designed to take into account the unique character of a RICO investigation and prosecution.
Any fair comparison of the EME (independent medical examination) and EMA provisions leads the reader to recognize the broadness of the IME statute as opposed to the limiting nature of the EMA statute.
In Texas, if a loss to a residence has occurred--and this appears to be related to a construction defect and taken place within Texas' statute of repose--then, to preserve any potential subrogation claim, the adjuster, either through his or her own efforts, or with the assistance of recovery personnel or recovery counsel, will need to promptly identify the contractor or other entity that developed and/or constructed the home.
Each new statute is assigned a number according to its order of enactment within a particular Congress (e.
An executive may do this by choosing to not implement the statute and let the appropriation revert back to the general fund.
T argues that the statute sets forth a "but for" causal test: if the cost would not have been incurred without the trustee, then it is attributable to the trustee's performance of its fiduciary duty and is thus fully deductible under Sec.
A tax preparer's knowledge of the IRS collection statute of limitations (the legal bar to the collection of delinquent taxes) can be of valuable assistance to the taxpayer faced with a federal tax liability.
The regulations should provide greater certainty about how the Brownfield Cleanup Program created by the Statute will function.
The UAA Statute is the joint state model licensing law of the AICPA and NASBA.