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retroaction

 [ret″ro-ak´shun]
action in a reversed direction; reaction.

retroaction

/ret·ro·ac·tion/ (ret″ro-ak´shun) action in a reversed direction.

retroaction

(rĕ″trō-ăk′shŭn)
Action in a reverse direction.

retroaction

action in a reversed direction; reaction.
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Please note that the Original retroactive date is Jan-2016 - Claims made form
2016) ("Dot Foods"), which upheld a 27-year retroactive tax amendment using a similarly lenient standard.
TAMPA BAY -- Placed RHPs Alex Cobb and Alex Colome, INF Nick Franklin and LHP Drew Smyly on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 27 and LHP Jake McGee on the 15-day DL and LHP Matt Moore on the 60-day DL.
The FASB rules that are pertinent to determining the financial statement treatment of benefits conferred to taxpayers through retroactive tax legislation is in FASB Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Paragraphs 740-10-25-47 and -48, which address the treatment of changes in tax laws and rates.
Once a retroactive date has been set, it becomes difficult to change.
A long line of cases established the policy that retroactive child support would be determined entirely by judicial discretion.
Such an extension is essential if coverage is terminated and not replaced, if coverage is switched to an occurrence basis, or if coverage is switched to a new claims-made insurer and the retroactive date is advanced to the inception date of the new policy.
Claims-made insurance underwriters may be unwilling to keep the same retroactive date, which is usually the same as the date of the first claims-made liability policy.
There is one important qualifier to this: The insurance contract says that the event (E) must have occurred after a preagreed-upon date that we call the retroactive date (often called the "retro" date).
He says if Devlin Timber did sell its product to an American customer and a retroactive tariff was imposed on the company, there would be no way to recover the money for those tariffs.
Four Georgia state prisoners who were convicted as recidivists brought a [ss] 1983 action challenging the retroactive application of a recidivist statute by the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles.