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the formal product of a legislative or judicial body

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Congress adopted CERCLA, an omnibus federal hazardous clean-up and cost recovery statute, including section 309 (also known as section 9658), which contains a "discovery rule"; this means that the time period in which plaintiffs must file a claim does not begin to run until they knew or should have known that the release caused their damages.
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.
The first step is to consider whether the statute at issue is procedural or substantive and to assess what type of date is controlling in the given area of law.
holding it constitutional to apply Ohio's 2004 asbestos tort reform statute to cases that were already pending when the statute became effective.
An executive may do this by choosing to not implement the statute and let the appropriation revert back to the general fund.
Such a "but for" causation test, however, is not apparent from the text's "ordinary, common meaning" The statute demands not a subjective and hypothetical inquiry but, rather, an objective determination of whether the particular cost is one peculiar to trusts and that individuals are incapable of incurring.
We believe that the diversity and professional training of our members--combined with our six-decade record of working cooperatively with tax authorities--enable us to bring a balanced and practical perspective to the issues raised by the Multistate Tax Commission's Model Statute.
Instead, in determining "eligibility" for the program, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) will continue to be bound by a patchwork that includes the original Statute, non-binding eligibility guidelines and, now, the new regulations.
Each task force explored a series of questions addressing each of the particular sections of the statute.
That request is denied," she wrote, noting that the statute does not provide the Attorney General with the authority to issue such a waiver.
The state-of-the-art searching capabilities allow searches by jurisdiction, topic or industry, type of record, code number of record, keywords or phrases, name or citation of the statute or regulation, or any combination of the above.
A prisoner rights advocacy group that maintained Internet websites brought an action seeking a declaration that a state statute that prohibited prison inmates from sending mail to, or receiving mail from, a communication service provider or from having access to the Internet through a provider, was unconstitutional.
In the Colorado bioterrorism statute enacted in 2000, no new powers were authorized for either the health department director or the governor because existing authority to manage emergencies, disasters, and epidemics, though long-standing, was determined to have sufficient latitude to deal with the new threat of bioterrorism.