As further explained by the 11th Circuit, "allowing Nadeau to apportion
fault to Camus/DEK and Webster Bank is consistent with the policy underlying [section]768.
We conclude that DOT may include privately operated or maintained highway lane miles in the calculation used to apportion
highway funds to states under 23 U.
In his initial statement announcing the inquiry last week, Prime Minister Gordon Brown told MPs that its role would be to establish what lessons could be learned from the conflict and not to apportion
1) Some say the genesis of Loss Factors has more to do with the advent of central air conditioning and the transition from floor by floor air cooled air conditioning units to HVAC mechanical equipment on roofs or designated mechanical floors, causing landlords to apportion
mechanical space to tenants' Rentable Areas.
A taxpayer may use gross receipts under the simplified deduction method to apportion
gross receipts between DPGR and non-DPGR if the taxpayer has either average annual gross receipts of $100,000,000 or less or total assets of $10,000,000 or less.
Tyrone chairman Pat Darcy refused to apportion
blame for Sunday's events.
The reports also attempt to apportion
blame for these phenomena.
It put in place an ADR process to validate claims and apportion
Attorneys are now successfully arguing that, without knowledge of previous settlements, it is impossible for juries and judges to fairly apportion
liability to defendants.
Once the election is made, the charity will calculate its net tax remittance or refund using the general rules and must apportion
its purchases between its taxable and exempt activities when calculating its entitlement to input tax credits and rebates.
The other way is to apportion
the taxes to all heirs, including those receiving assets outside the will.
That tax ("State Tax") on any pipeline's total gross receipts ignores the constitutional requirement to apportion
the income to be taxed between instate and out-of-state commerce.