* reducing annual thermal energy consumption for VOC abatement
by up to 80 percent
The Supreme Court of California issued an opinion on August 29 in Powerine II, supporting policyholder efforts to recover costs of complying with pollution cleanup and abatement
orders issued by administrative agencies--costs that the state Supreme Court previously held were not covered under standard comprehensive general-liability insurance policies absent the filing of a formal suit.
In addition to the forums, CPEF used certified lead abatement
contractors to refer property owners to the loan program.
Rentals works directly with builders and homeowners.
Susan Garsh concluded that she was bound by SJC precedent to apply the doctrine of abatement
Due to budget cuts in 1981, the EPAs Office of Noise Abatement
and Control was dismantled and the FAA was given oversight into all matters regarding aircraft noise pollution.
* If a client meets penalty abatement
criteria, practitioners can attach a penalty nonassertion request to a late-filed return.
This could occur if, for example, utilities in the densely populated eastern United States, where emission reduction can be comparatively costly, pay utilities in less-populous western regions, where abatement
is cheaper, to cut emissions there.
A tax abatement
results from an identifiable agreement (not necessarily in writing or legally enforceable) in force prior to the abated taxes whereby the government promises to reduce a specific individual's or entity's tax liability in return for the latter's promise to take certain actions.
* The types of commitments made by tax abatement
Birmingham City Council brought the action after Caines flouted a noise abatement
notice, served on November 25, 2014, for playing loud music on a number of occasions.
Property tax abatement
is a full or partial reduction in the normal property tax liability owed to a state or local jurisdiction.