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citizens and LPRs would not have the option of claiming nonresidence under the greater connection rules available to noncitizens, and U.
A deemed abandonment would trigger the departure tax as of the first day of the year following the third year of nonresidence.
He would be subject to [section] 877(b) for his period of nonresidence.
72) The Court merely concluded that "[t]ax provisions imposing discriminatory treatment on nonresident individuals must be reasonable in effect and based on substantial justification other than the fact of nonresidence.
at 314 ("Tax provisions imposing discriminatory treatment on nonresident individuals must be reasonable in effect and based on a substantial justification other than the fact of nonresidence.
nonresidence pursuant to a treaty would' have been required to attach to their Form 1040NR a completed Form 1040 for informational purposes.
Model Treaty endorse and preserve the primary taxing authority of a shareholder's country of residence by providing that the nonresidence country may tax capital gain on dispositions of shares only where the assets of a corporation consist primarily of real property.
In other contexts of nonresidence such as divorce, scholars identify the difficulties a separate living arrangement may pose for fathers in terms of staying involved with their children.
With larger parishes (Scotland had only nine hundred) and stricter controls on nonresidence and neglect of duty (pluralism and absenteeism were unknown), Scots clergy also had to work much harder at their pastoral duties than their English counterparts.
A review of air exchange rates in residences and nonresidences has recently appeared in a draft U.
This hypothesis is supported by the lower premises index in residences than nonresidences in 1997.
2 percent were of nonresidences, such as stores and offices.