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schedule

noun agenda, calendar, check list, docket, enumeration, index, inventory, libellus, list, outline, plan, program, roll, tabula, timetable
Associated concepts: payment schedule, schedule of assets
See also: agenda, arrange, book, calendar, contract, docket, empanel, impanel, invoice, plan, policy, program, register, roll, scheme, set down

schedule

a small scroll; an appendage; most commonly encountered as a part of an Act of Parliament. Modern legislation often has numerous schedules that include details that would detract from the overall sense of the provision (an example being the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976) or that lists other enactments affected by the Act to which the schedule is attached. The schedule is as authoritative as the text of the Act itself

SCHEDULE, practice. When an indictment is returned, from au inferior court in obedience to a writ of certiorari, the, statement of the previous proceedings sent with it, is termed the schedule. 1 Saund. 309, a, n. 2.
     2. Schedules are also frequently annexed to answers in a court of equity, and to depositions and other documents, in order to show more in detail the matter they contain, than could otherwise be conveniently shown.
     3. The term is frequently used instead of inventory.

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Consequently, it would be extremely burdensome for companies to establish and maintain contingent tax reserves in the schedular format prescribed in the proposed rules.
The schedular taxes on interest, dividends, prizes, etc.
presumptive income base, schedular taxes, minimum taxation, fixed taxes, etc.
The vital aspect of the new basis of taxation is that it is both presumptive and schedular in nature, particularly where the taxpayer's income is limited to the economic activities covered under this regime.
A broad basketing or schedular system limited to corporate tax
Limiting schedular taxation to corporate tax shelters would
Critics of bilateral treaties have argued that their schedular structure does not represent a principled approach to the problem of international double taxation and that their measured approach means that the relief they provide through a credit method becomes highly complex.
The article observes that the global approach to relief used in the system of Dominion Income Tax Relief would appear to be a more logical and principled solution to the problem of international juridical double taxation than the schedular approach adopted in modern double taxation treaties.
Under the Senate version, the 8% flat tax on gross sales or receipts is made optional so that self-employed and professionals can choose which tax rate (either 8% flat tax or schedular personal income tax rate) is more favorable to them.
The segregation by the High Court majority in Payne of the taxpayer's income production into separate activities for the purpose of s 51(1) implies a schedular approach to the determination of taxable income.
When the RO in its rating decision of January 1981 emended the veteran's award assigning a total schedular rating as directed in VA Circular 21 80-7 in place of the individual unemployability award, the RO violated Section 3.
The tax-free award of $224,634, issued on May 1, represents a retroactive payment of benefits from August 1996 to July 2006 at the maximum schedular rating.