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tolling

A suspension of a statute of limitations time period.In adverse possession,the time period may be tolled while the record owner is a minor child and unable to bring a lawsuit to oust trespassers in possession of his or her property. Parties in disputes often contractually agree to toll all applicable statutes of limitations while they pursue negotiations; otherwise a rapidly approaching expiration date would force them into litigation just to avoid loss of valuable rights.

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In July, the Board of Commissioners approved cashless tolling for the George Washington Bridge and Lincoln and Holland tunnels.
Cashless tolling will improve traffic flow allowing motorists to get to their destinations easier and quicker without having to stop to pay a toll.
ATFI is focused on educating the public and policymakers about the negative impact that tolling existing interstates will have on citizens, businesses and the economy.
conversation on our page www.face theliverpoolecho He said: "Our opposition to road tolling is long-standing, and our campaign gets larger every year.
" Many people were not aware of the court order and hence started arguing with our operators when tolling operations resumed.
This implementation supports the transformation of the two roads, Grande Porto and Costa da Prata, into a Multi Lane Free Flow tolling system (MLFF) with 46 toll gantries and radio frequency transponder reading and automatic licence plate recognition.
Tolling has promise as an approach to enhance mobility and finance transportation.
Technology has made tolling more appealing to voters and elected officials, making the bottlenecks that occur at traditional stop-and-pay tollbooths virtually a thing of the past.
The IRSRRA '98 Committee Report discusses medically deterruinable "physical impairment" as a threshold requirement for tolling, but does not include a definition.
"The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is a vital transportation artery for New York City, and cashless tolling will improve safety, reduce congestion and streamline travel between Staten Island and Brooklyn," Governor Cuomo said.
The UK Government, which has said it will not devolve responsibility for the bridges to Wales, is to consult on the question of future tolling.
Merseytravel defended the rise and argued that it was 10p less than the "authorised" rise under the tolling mechanism, in which tolls should rise in line with inflation.