Most contracting parties include "minimum" insurance limits
that must be carried while the contract remains in effect.
Consider them if you have bumped into limits
to the levels of contributions of highly compensated participants.
Such a term limits
defeat may seem remarkable considering the waves of term limits
fervor that rolled across the country during the 1990s.
Environmentalists were disappointed to learn that the proposed limits
for dissolved arsenic, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc are no different from those adopted in 1977.
In an example such as this, some companies use an arbitrary limit
of $25,000 when requested to do so by the agent, knowing full well that the maximum single job is $150,000.
Another way to use limit
orders on the sell side is to enter "stop-loss" orders with your broker, A stop-loss order is used primarily to limit
losses on profitable stock positions.
Even if you believe it is intrinsically good to shuffle the decks in the legislatures every couple of years, term limits
have been, at most, a partial success.
Not all of these claims can be objectively assessed, of course, but the weight of the available evidence, and the common-sense perception of the matter, appears to fall on the side of term limit
S corporations also have limits
on the number and type of owners and on the types of income (such as rents and royalties).
I think if we are going to ask for voters to extend term limits
, we should have it so it doesn't affect those in office today.
Uninsured-underinsured coverage (protection when the party responsible for accident injuries has either no insurance or inadequate liability insurance) is critical because as many as 10% of all drivers carry no liability insurance at all and those with little or no net worth carry only minimum coverage limits
by taking into account only Acquiring's contribution to consolidated taxable income (and not the income of the group as a whole); see Rev.
In New York and Minnesota, the partners also can limit
their personal liability for the partnership's commercial liabilities, such as leases, accounts payable and payroll taxes, but they're generally not liable for each other's professional errors and omissions or those of most employees.
In the first case, the court argued that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) failed to justify scientifically not only that each new exposure limit
was feasible, but also that it would substantively reduce workers' health risks.
X] for upper control limit
and lower control limit
for X and [UCL.