Also, the Fourth Circuit restricted the use of the savings clause
in the CAA by holding that affected states could not enforce their common law nuisance rules against stationary sources in other states.
material purposes, the same savings clauses
as the CWA.
Under a savings clause
, if the value of a gift as finally determined is greater than the value originally claimed, the donee is required to issue a promissory note to the donor to reduce the value of the gift to the amount originally claimed.
The Court has not always been clear about the interplay between section 502 and the express preemption provisions discussed above (the preemption clause, savings clause
and deemer clause).
The Supreme Court affirmed the Ninth Circuit and held that the Act is not impliedly or expressly preempted by federal law because it fits within IRCA's savings clause
What about the general savings clauses
in the securities acts mentioned above?
The CAA harnesses state action in numerous ways, offering states the option of implementing the statute under delegated program provisions, preserving their ability to be more protective of their citizens and the environment through savings clauses
and floor preemption provisions.
the condition imposed could not become operative, since it required a final judgment and all matters of the agreement including the savings clause
would be merged in the final judgment.
The standardized language of [section]5 of the note is the usury savings clause
, and reads in full as follows:
The courts have not been supportive in the use of savings clauses
Taxpayers have turned to savings clauses
to establish the value of property transferred between related parties.
2014), the easement included a savings clause
that provided that the parties could not agree to any amendments that would result in the conservation easement failing to qualify for a deduction under [section]170.