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statute

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

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Properly understood, statutes of repose do not cut off the remedy as a statute of limitation does.
KUWAIT, Sept 29 (KUNA) -- Minister of Commerce and Industry Anas Al-Saleh announced on Sunday issuance of executive statute of the law on commercial companies (NO 424/2013) as a fulfillment by the ministry for law requirements, and compliance to the prescribed six-month duration of its issuance.
51) The first American criminal statute of limitations appeared in the Colony of Massachusetts in 1652.
Abdul-Aziz Muhaydin Khoja has approved the basic statute for the literary clubs and the accompanying internal statutes.
In some cases, knowing what version of a statute applies is critical to the legal issue presented.
dealing with Ohio's 2004 asbestos tort reform statute.
Regardless of the phrase chosen to describe advocacy--"educating," "informing," "advising"--it is statute, not linguistics, that classifies activities before the law.
T argues that the statute sets forth a "but for" causal test: if the cost would not have been incurred without the trustee, then it is attributable to the trustee's performance of its fiduciary duty and is thus fully deductible under Sec.
On behalf of Tax Executives Institute, II am pleased to provide comments on the Multistate Tax Commission's revised Draft Model Uniform Statute on Reportable Transactions and State Filing Positions ("Model Statute").
The regulations should provide greater certainty about how the Brownfield Cleanup Program created by the Statute will function.
The UAA Statute is the joint state model licensing law of the AICPA and NASBA.
In it, Mutchler noted that previous Chicago Police Department administrations had not complied with the state statute.