Statute of

GLOUCESTER, STATUTE OF. An English statute, passed 6 Edw. I., A. D., 1278; so called, because it was passed at Gloucester. There were other statutes made at Gloucester, which do not bear this name. See stat. 2 Rich. II.

MARLEBRIDGE, STATUTE OF. The name of a statute passed the 52 Hen. III, A. D. 1267, so called because it was enacted at Marlebridge. Barr. on Stat. 58.

MERTON, STATUTE OF. A statute so called, because the parliament or rather council, which enacted it, sat at Merton, in Surrey. It was made the 20 Hen. III. A. D. 1236. See Barr. an the Stat. 41.

YORK, STATUTE OF. The name of an English statute, passed 12 Edw. II., Anno Domini 1318, and so called because it was enacted at York. It contains many wise provisions and explanations of former statutes. Barr. on the Stat. 174. There were other statutes made at York in the reign of Edw. III., but they do not bear this name.

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In most states, no practical statute of limitations exists.
The California Court of Appeals, Second Appellate District, ruled that for purposes of maintaining an accountant's malpractice action, die applicable statute of limitations begins when the Internal Revenue Service issues a tax deficiency notice.
The example of abuse describes a taxpayer who files a return without taking advantage of significant itemized deductions "of which he is, or should be, aware" and files an amended return, before the statute of limitations expires, to claim the deductions and request a refund with tax-free interest.
It is expected that the Secretary will extend the statute of limitations where necessary to allow for the consideration of such requests.?
The trial court granted summary judgment in favor of the firm, holding that the claim was barred by the two-year statute of limitations.
The scope of the revenue procedure is limited to the three conditions set forth in the IRSRRA '98: (1) any applicable statute of limitations (SOL) has not expired with regard to either a tax underpayment or overpayment, (2) the taxpayer reasonably "identifies and establishes" the periods for which the zero net rate applies and (3) the taxpayer requests application of the zero net rate by Dec.
The Texas Court of Appeals, Austin, ruled that the statute of limitations in a tax malpractice case begins on the date the Internal Revenue Service issues a notice of deficiency to the taxpayer.
Foreign law may not provide for extensions of the statute of limitations a prerequisite to seeking U.S.
This meant procuring waivers of the statute of limitations (SOL), issuing 30-day letters and ultimately statutory notices of deficiencies to numerous individuals, often in different parts of the country, for identical issues.
The Supreme Court of Michigan ruled that there is a two-year statute of limitations for cases accountants' malpractice.
Since a statute of limitations defines the rights and obligations of parties, Tax Executives Institute believes it should apply equally to the States and taxpayers.
District Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled the statute of limitations period in an accountant's malpractice suit began to run when the injured party knew or reasonably should have known of his or her injury and reasonably should have known it was wrongfully caused.