The new CDC study, says Willett, "took only half-hearted measures to exclude
people with chronic disease.
Language to exclude
all implied warranties is sufficient if it states, for example, "There are no warranties which extend beyond the face hereof.
The Supreme Court recently breathed new life into this somewhat limp right when it decided that the Boy Scouts had a First Amendment right to exclude
an openly gay scoutmaster.
This election is made by filing a return for the tax year of the sale or exchange of the taxpayer's principal residence that excludes
the gain from gross income.
A single taxpayer who has owned and used a residence as a principal residence for two of the five years prior to its sale may exclude
up to $250,000 of the gain from disposition of the property.
As Target illustrates, however, the same arguments can be used to exclude
the testimony of accountants who offer expert opinions on damages in litigation.
In presenting this non-GAAP financial measure, Equinix excludes
certain non-cash or non-recurring items that it believes are not good indicators of the Company's current or future operating performance.
A plan cannot exclude
part-time employees as a class even if actual plan coverage, after excluding part-time employees, would meet the minimum coverage test of IRC section 410(b).
Year-to-date comparable store sales, which exclude
the store closures, increased 0.
If R and his second wife sell home 2 within two years of the sale of home 1, R will generally not be able to exclude
his portion of the gain on home 2, but his current wife will be able to exclude
her half of the gain, up to $250,000.
Generally, such trusts are designed to take full advantage of the unified credit in the grantor's estate and exclude
the corpus from the surviving spouse's estate.
This Notice is to inform you of the Court's certification of a Plaintiff Class, the nature of plaintiff's claims, and your right to participate in, or exclude
yourself from, this Class.