statute of limitations

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a statute prescribing the time period during which legal action can be taken

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TEI maintains unless a taxpayer has signed an agreement extending/modifying the jurisdiction's statute of limitation, the jurisdiction's assessment should be limited to the impact of the federal changes on the taxpayer's tax liability.
Yet it's also recognized that some crimes are so serious that no statute of limitations should apply - Oregon, for example, sets no time limit on murder prosecutions.
This Note argues that the PRA's statute of limitations should apply to cases in which a government agency provides all requested documents in a single installment.
The statute of limitations for filing a misdemeanor case is one year; the statute of limitations for a felony sex crime committed in 1974 was three years, according to the prosecutors' analysis.
EXHIBIT 1 Statute of Limitations for Original Filing Date, Including Extensions Income Tax Authority Statute of Limitations Alabama--Code section 40-18-1 * Three years from the Arkansas--Code section 26-51-201 * later of the last day of Delaware--Title 30 section 1102 * the regular filing Georgia--Code section 48-7-1 *; season for the return or Act 912 Law 1994 the actual date tiled Illinois--35 ILCS 5/201 * Indiana--Code section 6-3-2-1 * Iowa--Code section 422.
If left unremedied, the statute of limitations period as interpreted by FEMA "will render the well-intentioned FEMA proof of loss extension meaningless," Schumer and Gillibrand claim.
The defendants further argued that the Trustee was not entitled to the additional one-year extension of the statute of limitations because (i) no permanent trustee was appointed or elected within two years of the order for relief, or by May 14, 2011, and (ii) the Trustees appointment as interim trustee on May 13, 2011 did not trigger the additional one-year extension of the statute of limitations.
Determining the limitations period for these statutes, then, is similar to determining the limitations period for the federal statute--courts should apply the state's catchall criminal statute of limitations unless the legislature unequivocally intended otherwise.
The statute of limitations for a number of people killed in 1993, including President Euzal, journalist Uy-ur Mumcu, Gen.
He overturned his conviction in 2010, after his case was also deemed to have over-run the statute of limitations.
The USPAP requirement that appraisers "retain the work file for a period of at least five years after preparation or at least two years after final disposition of any judicial proceeding in which the appraiser provided testimony related to the assignment, whichever period expires last," has no bearing on the statute of limitations for appraisal claims.
Does self reporting use tax via a return filed with the FTB start the statute of limitations with respect to use tax?
Bob McDonnell signed into law March 26 a bill that extends the statute of limitations for sexual abuse civil lawsuits to 20 years, effective July 1.
One day before the statute of limitations expired on a personal injury claim arising out of a motor vehicle accident, Chris Murray filed suit.
The administrator opposed the motion on the grounds that the continuous treatment doctrine tolled the statute of limitations.