Impost


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Impost

1. See: Tax.

2. See: Tariff.
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conditional ratifications of a national impost under the Articles of
This reading of the record in New York differs from prior ones in emphasizing the importance of the impost. (20) One hundred years after Charles Beard's Economic History, (21) this reading emphasizes the predominant economic motivation in New York, albeit without making the Anti-Federalist opponents of the Constitution the heroes of the story, as Beard did.
Mr Morrison also warned the additional impost was "easily digestible by the banks, and must be and should be, and I would be furious if I thought this was being sought to be passed on".
That run was just last week and Appleby sends him into battle once again here under a further 6lb penalty, although his mark could well be higher than even that impost when the handicapper has his say.
It was good to see that the scope of the levy changed to being a domestic impost, and that was important."
These two principles are again visited briefly under the review of capacity-to-pay and benefits-received aspects of equity in the impost of this tax in the next section.
(160) What rendered the latter an excise rather than an impost is that it was not levied at the time of import but upon consumption within the jurisdiction.
It also called countries to impost an embargo for sending weapons to Syrian government forces as well as armed opposition groups implicated in committing war crimes.
It will need legislative backing and impost of tax / cess is strictly construed," an official source said.
On the situation of the Hospital, Sister John Feiv said that a big volume of medicine and equipment are not available in most cases due to the siege and sanctions impost on the country.
A new draft law that would monitor such organizations threatens to impost greater restrictions on their operation within the country if they do not abide by government regulations.
Dubai: Cavalryman must defy a heavy impost of 57kg if he is to give Godolphin a maiden win in the A$6.1 million (Dh20.9m) Melbourne Cup at Flemington, Australia, in November.