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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Instead of just getting good at resolving particular disputes, it's important to figure out why they keep coming up," he counsels.
He pointed out that the Code and IRS procedures also delineate clear lines of authority between Counsel, Appeals, and the field in respect of resolving issues.
A growing number of insurance carriers now offer mediation as a method for resolving insurance claims.
The Classification Settlement Program (CSP) is intended to reduce taxpayer burden by resolving worker classification issues during the examination process.
The rules are propounded in elaborate detail, intimating that the procedure constitutes the exclusive means for resolving accounting method issues.
Working through the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate, the Advocate was responsible for identifying and resolving taxpayer problems with the Service, proposing changes in IRS administrative practices in response to such problems and identifying potential legislative changes as a means to mitigate those problems.
Do you think it's going to be effective in resolving issues?
Mediation is designed as an optional dispute resolution technique for use only when the usual good-faith negotiations of an Appeals conference have not succeeded in resolving the case.
Using business process workflows, Knova Self-Service guides support engineers through the resolution process, taking advantage of Knova's comprehensive tool set including diagnostic search, collaboration and pre-populated case notes for resolving customer problems.
An Appeals officer or government counsel has flexibility in resolving a timing issue.
How can the goal of resolving cases without litigation be attained?
The Settlement Agreement was entered into for the sole purpose of resolving contested claims and disputes as well as avoiding the substantial costs, expenses and uncertainties associated with protracted and complex litigation.