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Asymmetric apportioning of aged mitochondria between daughter cells is required for stemness"; Science, 2015; DOI: 10.
Indeed, the statutory language suggests that all that is required to be pled and proven is the nonparty's causal relationship to the plaintiff's injuries: "In order to allocate any or all fault to a nonparty and include the named or unnamed nonparty on the verdict form for purposes of apportioning damages, a defendant must prove at trial, by a preponderance of the evidence, the fault of the nonparty in causing the plaintiff's injuries.
The current method of apportioning seats in the House of Representatives of the United States violates the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States in that it does not apportion representatives among the several States in accordance with the whole number of persons in each state, nor as closely thereto as can easily be accomplished.
199-1 to -8, which expand on the initial guidance offered in Notice 2005-14 by clarifying and providing additional instruction on a number of critical issues, including the rules for allocating and apportioning income and expenses in computing the base amount available for the Sec.
The in-state tax base is calculated by first defining the scope of the unitary business, of which the taxed enterprise's activities in the taxing state form one part, and then apportioning the total income of the unitary business between the taxing state and other jurisdictions based on a formula taking into account objective measures of the corporation's activities within and without the jurisdiction.
Apportioning assets between deferred and nondeferred accounts.
States A, B, and C each determine X's income subject to tax within their states by adjusting X's federal taxable income, and apportioning such income on the basis of the relative amounts of X's payroll, property, and sales.
He said GTE appreciates the efforts of California Assemblyman Joe Baca of San Bernardino, who championed the 1995 passage of state Assembly Bill 119, that clarified the PUC's authority in equitably apportioning merger benefits between customers and shareholders.
LD 1691, Laws 2005, increases the tax imposed on some multistate corporations by requiring that the unitary group first determine the Maine tax on 100% of its income and then apportioning the tax to Maine, and cancelled Maine's membership in the Multistate Tax Commission.
Department of the Treasury and Internal Revenue Service issued temporary and proposed regulations under section 861 of the Internal Revenue Code, relating to the use of an alternative tax book value method for allocating and apportioning interest expense.