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statutory (in law) rape,

n sexual intercourse with a child below the age of consent, which varies from state to state.
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Although Trusts are statutorily separate organisations, they are an integral part of the HSC and are expected to deliver against an agenda set by the Minister and performance managed by the Department and the HSC Board.
The latest suit alleges the ESDC is in "violation of its statutory and fiduciary obligations" for adopting the New York Sports and Convention Center's General Project Plan despite "a complete absence of committed financing for this Project," ESDC's failure to "provide for statutorily required public comment" and for "approving a plan that is constitutionally impermissible as a government gift of hundreds of millions of dollars to a private entity.
In reviewing previous decisions, the court noted the major element in determining a responsible person was whether that individual had the statutorily imposed duty to make the payments.
The commission consists of 11 statutorily defined voting members representing the government, consumers and the insurance industry The commission includes experts in actuarial science, insurance, finance, meteorology, engineering, statistics and computer science.
Under section 936(h)(5)(f), such elections were due on or before the tax return filing date for the taxpayer's first taxable year beginning after December 31, 1982; subsequent elections may statutorily be made only with the consent of the Secretary.
The rating reflects the bankruptcy-remote, statutorily defined nature of the issuer, the bond structure involving a first perfected security interest in revenues that are not subject to appropriation, statutory covenants prohibiting action that would impair bondholders and New York State as collection agent, and the existence of two separately levied cash flow streams (the statutory revenues).
citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs), and who are statutorily eligible for immigrant visas, to more easily navigate the immigration process.
However, the IRS had consistently argued that it could not extend (waive) the 60-day period, except in statutorily prescribed circumstances.
Certain items are statutorily excluded in determining SE net earnings, including, under Sec.
But if the project is again turned down, statutorily, "the case becomes ripe and you are defined as exhausting your remedies and you can go right to Federal court.
This is achieved by making certain statutorily prescribed adjustments to AMTI and by borrowing some earnings and profits (E&P) adjustments.
The high-risk account provides wind-only coverage to residential and commercial properties in statutorily defined coastal areas of the State.