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statute

A law enacted by a state or by the federal government.

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He needs no library, for he has not done thinking; no church, for he is a prophet; no statute book, for he has the lawgiver; no money, for he is value; no road, for he is at home where he is; no experience, for the life of the creator shoots through him, and looks from his eyes.
On April 26, 2016, TEI issued a policy statement on statutes of limitation for state and local taxes.
There remains confusion, however, regarding how to determine which new statutes apply to a given set of projects governing documents.
S9558 (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980's Section 309) does not preempt state statutes of repose.
Criminal statutes of limitations limit the exposure of an individual to prosecution to a certain period following the commission of the crime.
Nevertheless, the EMA and IME statutes are clear and unambiguous.
IN THE PAST 10 YEARS, MORE THAN 25 STATES HAVE ENACTED SPECIFIC BUILDER-FRIENDLY CONSTRUCTION DEFECT NOTICE AND RESOLUTION STATUTES THAT MAY AFFECT YOUR SUBROGATION CLAIMS.
Abdul-Aziz Muhaydin Khoja has approved the basic statute for the literary clubs and the accompanying internal statutes.
This report provides a brief overview of federal statutes and where to find them, both in print and on the Internet.
Consider, for example, the following definitions from Michigan statutes for lobbying and influencing:
The Plaintiff claim that the amended statute conflicts with the conventions, and ambiguous statutes should not be interpreted to abrogate a treaty (meaning the conventions' protection of the mute swan).
The Gould rule generally provides that ambiguities in tax statutes should be construed against the government in favor of taxpayers.