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The country should live relying upon its own resources.
The public is relying upon us more and more to provide them with trustworthy and accurate advice and we are responding with a value for money service that is unrivalled.
But one must be aware to exercise caution to avoid relying upon that advice as GAAR GAAS or the "rules.
When the bill prohibits the Court from relying upon foreign law, when it provides penalties for judges who violate the bill, and when it provides that certain decisions of the Court shall not constitute precedents that are binding on State courts, it provides regulations for the exercise of jurisdiction in cases which the Court still can hear and decide.
Maines responds to the dearth in reliable data about women's sexual lives by relying upon the Hite report and then projecting backwards the sexual dissatisfaction that women discussed in that survey.
The Court also held that Gutterman acted reasonably in relying upon Romano's misrepresentations of a sewer connection.
Consider, for example, a taxpayer relying upon a CUP that is later determined to be inapplicable.
Determine the IRS Position: A company's tax staff and advisers should determine exactly the nature of the proposed deficiencies being asserted as well as what facts and legal precedent the agent is relying upon.
Relying upon a proof radius sacrifices the goal of 100% proof and fails to expose severe corner case design bugs that reside in the unproven space outside the proof radius.
A taxpayer relying upon a prescribed method (such as the resale price method) that is later determined to be inapplicable, however, is seemingly precluded from defending itself against the assertion of a penalty if it subsequently relies upon an "other" method.
In addition, we discovered that comparable services and products were available directly to the Company from other vendors without the necessity of relying upon NST as a single source of supply for either.
The taxpayer should be presumed to have met the reasonable-cause standard in relying upon the acceptance of the cost-sharing agreement by the IRS and thereby avoid the penalty where, after a period of years, a cost contribution or other related items are adjusted.