Statutes of limitation are intended to provide taxpayers with certainty that their tax liabilities are final.
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.
Most association officers believe that they are required to comply with whatever statutes
are enacted by the legislature, and when the law changes, the obligations imposed on them change as well.
ACA's brief emphasized that statutes
of repose represent important policy choices made by states designed to ensure that designers and manufacturers do not face perverse disincentives to market and improve their products.
of limitations accrue when the perpetrator commits the crime and run until the government commences the prosecution.
In 1990, the Legislature seemingly removed concurrent wages from the statute
On the other hand, the New Hampshire and Missouri statutes
do not, by their express terms, apply to subrogation claims.
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An executive may do this by choosing to not implement the statute
and let the appropriation revert back to the general fund.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia finds that the mute swan is not protected based on the plain meaning of the statute
4) The High Court has indicated that, in these situations, it would be necessary to resolve any conflict between the statutes
of the different states.
Taxpayers faced with a collection action must know the general rule of limitation and the circumstances when the statute
is extended by agreement or by law.