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superseding

taking over a case of a patient under treatment by another veterinarian. In general terms this is poor professional etiquette unless the other veterinarian has been consulted and agrees to the change. However, there are many situations in which professional etiquette is overridden by the need to provide the best treatment for the animal.
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The option of filing a superseding return has several benefits.
The superseding indictment alleges that from approximately July 2008 through December 2011, Burgos conspired with Marimon, one of the clinics owners, to defraud Medicare by causing the submission and concealment of false and fraudulent claims to Medicare.
For the purposes of a superseding return, the due date includes any valid extension.
Like the priesthood, The Orthodox Study Bible describes the biblical tabernacles as superseding each other in succession, leading to Jesus Christ himself:
A subsequent return filed within the filing period (including extensions) is considered a superseding return and takes the place of any other return previously filed during the filing period, including extensions (see Publication 4163, Modernized e-File (MeF) Information for Authorized IRS e-File Providers for Business Returns; see also Reaver, 42 T.
This superseding AD requires accomplishment of the previously optional terminating action and is effective 17 August 2000.
In recent Chief Counsel Advice (CCA) 200645019, the IRS concluded that a taxpayer's superseding tax return filed on the extended due date is the return that starts the assessment SOL.
An amendment superseding an existing airworthiness directive applicable to certain Boeing Model 747 series aircraft has been published by the FAA.