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pursuant to

In accordance with. This phrase is commonly used in legal documents and proceedings. The defendant was expected to pay my client monthly, pursuant to the lease he signed.
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Pursuant to RA 10625, the PSA is mandated to prescribe uniform standards and classification systems in the generation of government statistics to ensure harmonization and comparability of statistics in the country and at the international level.
Statistics on the prevalence of diabetes show a critical need for Americans to be informed about their health status and risks for type 2 diabetes, according to Pursuant Health.
Accordingly, the Supreme Court should have granted that branch of the motion of the third-party defendants which was pursuant to CPLR 3211(a)(7) to dismiss the common-law indemnification cause of action in the third-party complaint.
Finally, the preamble states that the proposed regulations are meant to clarify that the transfer of property pursuant to the exercise, release or lapse of a GPA created in a grandfathered GSTT-exempt trust is not a "transfer under the trust" but a transfer by the person holding the power at the time the exercise, release or lapse becomes effective.
Restricting use of tobacco in nonworking hours: Although it is an unlawful employment practice for an employer to require, as a condition of employment, that applicants and employees refrain from using lawful tobacco products during nonworking hours (except when the restriction relates to a bona fide occupational requirement), an exception applies if a collective bargaining agreement prohibits off-duty use of tobacco products (pursuant to ORS 659A.315).
In addition, the dissent held, the guaranty "all but shouts" that the Madison's actions pursuant to the lease cannot affect the Millers' obligations under the guaranty.
* The parties cannot have elected out of alimony treatment, pursuant to IRC Sec.
Contrary to OCC rules, Respondent's counsel did not file a notice of appearance pursuant to 12 CFR 19.6(a)(3).
RESOLVED: That as of the date hereof, the GASB, with respect to statements of governmental accounting standards adopted and issued in July 1984 and subsequently in accordance with its rules of procedure and the bylaws of the FAF, be, and hereby is, designated by the Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as the body to establish financial accounting principles for state and local governmental entities pursuant to rule 203, and standards on disclosure of financial information for such entities outside financial statements in published financial reports containing financial statements under rule 202.
Statement of Position 01-4, Reporting Pursuant to the Association for Investment Management and Research Performance Presentation Standards (No.
A city corrections department moved for immediate termination of consent decrees requiring judicial supervision over restrictive housing, inmate correspondence, and law libraries at city jails, pursuant to the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA).
It is the policy and practice of the United States, pursuant to governing statutory authority, to share the proceeds of successful forfeiture actions with countries that make possible or substantially facilitate the forfeiture of assets under U.S.
To address transactions that were perceived as abusing the tax-free status conferred by section 355, Congress added section 355(e) to the Code in The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.(1) A number of related provisions and conforming amendments were adopted at the same time, the cumulative effect of which is to revise substantially the conditions for obtaining a tax-free separation -- whether as a spin-off, split-off, or split-up(2) -- of one corporation from another pursuant to section 355.
The proposed ruling is helpful to understand whether a recruitment initiative will cause a hospital that is exempt from taxation pursuant to section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to violate the organizational and operational requirements necessary for continued tax exemption.