Having employees or representatives, or owning or maintaining tangible property within a state, may provide the state taxing authorities with a traditional basis for asserting
American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, the court majority struck down a courthouse Commandments display, asserting
that its purpose was to endorse religion.
The Trial Court dismissed tenant's defenses asserting
breaches of the lease by landlord.
that "90 percent of the people believe in the Ten Commandments, and I'll bet you 85 percent of them couldn't tell you what the 10 are," the combative justice insisted that government display of the Decalogue is simply no big deal.
one effective means is a transfer of money or other property beyond the taxpayer's control to an escrowee or trustee pursuant to a written agreement (among the escrowee or trustee, the taxpayer and the person who is asserting
the liability) that the money or other property be delivered in accordance with the settlement of the contest.
Over the summer, Falwell released a document written by one of his attorneys, Mat Stayer, asserting
that the IRS has no teeth and rarely enforces the "no politicking" rule on churches.
It is not necessary to have a formal lawsuit, only an affirmative act, whether in writing or not, denying the liability's validity and/or correctness to the person asserting
A new Religious Right group has begun running full-page newspaper advertisements attacking church-state separation and asserting
that the United States is in crisis because it has abandoned Christianity.
The party to be estopped intended that the misrepresentation be acted on or had reason to believe the party asserting
the estoppel would rely on it.
Some conservative leaders are cutting ties to a national organization formed to oppose gay marriage, asserting
that the group has connections to a radical Islamic movement.