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Necessary

An expense that is appropriate and helpful in furthering the taxpayer's business or income-producing activity. See also Ordinary defined elsewhere in this glossary.
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Apparently, the Supreme Court invoked the law of necessity to rule that the full court could hear the appeal even if this would be in violation of the most fundamental principle of justice that requires a trial before an independent and impartial tribunal.
In reality, the 120 CPD hours are not the ultimate necessity. The 120 CPD hours are just a means to the end of becoming an Asean Chartered Professional Accountant who is professionally mobile and recognized within the Asean integration.
Another classical case in which the doctrine of necessity was invoked happened in Grenada in 1985, wherein the High Court of Grenada validated the legal existence of a Court then trying for murder the persons who had conducted a Coup against former leader, Maurice Bishop.
The EU condemned the fact of Archil Tutunashvili's life and noted the necessity of conducting a full investigation and the execution of justice, including the cases of Ovadzorari and Beshare's life.
Conversely, Wisconsin and Florida require strict necessity (or its equivalent, absolute necessity).
According to Aristotle, necessity is what governs us when we are hungry, unhoused or vulnerable to enemies.
The court concluded that the plaintiff alleged a viable claim under the federal False Claims Act by asserting that the laboratory submitted claims without independent verification of the medical necessity of the physician-ordered tests.
Even in the US war on terror, extrajudicial means have always been delicately approached, with former president Barack Obama insisting that 'enhanced interrogation'-meaning, torture of suspected terrorists-must be avoided, and that government should not stoop down to the level of terrorists, necessity or even Donald Trump notwithstanding.
Neither easements by way of necessity nor prescriptive easements are based upon an express agreement, and both such easements originally existed solely under common law.
Remarkably, however, courts have repeatedly held that if the government destroys property to address an emergency, then a "necessity exception" relieves the government of any obligation to compensate the owner of the property that was sacrificed for the public good.
Necessity Funding Partners, LLC, said it has acquired the exclusive rights to Zoom-Cash's legal funding payment system to help law firms save time and money.
It also shows that this shift occurred in spite of higher rates of price inflation for necessity goods relative to luxury items.