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statute

Any law enacted by a state legislature.
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The last question is: "Does the statute act as a severe impairment of the contract at issue or does it only impair the contract minimally?" Statutes that impair contracts minimally are constitutional under Pomponio, whereas statutes that severely impair contracts are not.
In the lower court ruling, the split, three-judge panel found that although section 309's language "could reasonably lead to a conclusion that its application is limited only to statutes of limitations," an alternative reading is possible that encompasses statutes of repose.
Statutes of limitations benefit society as well as the accused.
However, unlike Florida Statute [section]440.13(5), which provides for an independent medical examination "in any dispute concerning overutilization, medical benefits, compensability, or disability," the EMA (expert medical advisor) statute specifically limits its utilization to three different scenarios.
Although the statutes seem straightforward, they leave questions unanswered that may impact an adjuster handling a property damage loss potentially related to a construction defect.
At trial, the Kus disputed the blight findings and claimed that the city failed to negotiate in good faith before resorting to eminent domain, as required by statute. Under the applicable redevelopment statute, the condemnor is deemed to have satisfied its duty to negotiate in good faith if its offer "was no lower than the amount reflected in an appraisal performed by a state-licensed or state-certified appraiser." The Kus argued that although their appraiser was state-licensed, the city did not comply with the statute because the appraisal did not meet six standards of USPAP.
The Statutes at Large series often is available at large libraries.
Executive agencies, on the other hand, must stay within the limits of procedural statutes and enabling legislation.
"The Constitution establishes that statutes enacted by Congress with the concurrence of the President (or over his veto) have no less weight than treaties made by the President with the advice and consent of two-thirds of the Senate.
For example, the Supreme Court anointed a ruling involving the so-called "overnight rule" under the statute permitting business travelers to deduct meal and lodging expenses.
CONTENTS I Introduction II When Is There a True Conflict between the Statutes of Different States?
* Maine Revised Statutes Annotated, Title 9-A, 8-303