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TEI recommends that the General Assembly direct the Comptroller to administer the Maryland corporate income tax consistent with separate company reporting principles applied in surrounding states and the constitutional principles for determining nexus and apportioning income.
Citation: Pekka Katajisto et al.; "Asymmetric apportioning of aged mitochondria between daughter cells is required for stemness"; Science, 2015; DOI: 10.1126/science.1260384
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." (22) Incredibly, in the trinity of Florida Supreme Court cases dealing with apportioning fault to a nonparty not amenable to suit in tort--Fabre, Godales, and Allied-Signal, Inc.
The purchaser is still responsible for determining a reasonable (yet consistent and uniform) method of apportioning the sales/use tax.
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.
That isn't a terrible thing, except that we end up apportioning ever more of our medical resources to people who have already lived most of their lives.
However, as of yet a technically sound method of apportioning costs among PRPs has not been established.
Contract Notice: The aim of this research project is to utilise existing information to produce a tool capable of apportioning birds at sea to their appropriate breeding colony.A range of methods have been used to assign impacts to individual seabird colonies or SPAs.
As railroads and transportation companies crisscrossed the American landscape in the mid-1800s, States applied varying systems of apportioning and taxing those businesses based on a ratio of their activity within a given State relative to their activity everywhere.
But, just like an inquest, there will be no apportioning of blame either.
However, if the home state had used a three-factor formula with the other states apportioning income on the basis of sales alone, then CPAs would find the outcome unfavorable, with the effective tax rate increasing to 11% from 8%.