But this practice recently run afoul of
religious conservatives in the Presbyterian Church (USA), who said Van Kuiken was violating biblical law and the church constitution.
Even though the state concluded the site did not run afoul of
obscenity laws, officials at Springstead High School were still considering filing civil suits against the site owners.
In the past such voucher programs have run afoul of
the constitutional "proscription" that they would violate the separation of church and state.
Reported cases reveal that one area where brokers have run afoul of
this warning is in mortgage contingency clauses, since a surprising number of buyers will not understand the difficulty of obtaining a mortgage, or that they may suffer the loss of a contract deposit if they fail to get one.
In the meantime, given the stiffened penalties facing those who run afoul of
ERISA, the wise course for plan sponsors is to review the procedures by which they carry out their fiduciary duties, asking at every step whether the procedures are reasonable and likely to bring about the desired end.
Despite rhetoric from Porcupines about how their move is easy compared to the difficulties that early migrants to America faced crossing the oceans in search of liberty, most Americans, even most libertarians--assuming they manage not to run afoul of
drug laws, eminent domain, or IRS prosecutions-just don't feel so tyrannized on a day-to-day basis that they feel an urgent need to uproot themselves.
Rather than listen to Falwell--who has run afoul of
the law and had to pay for that--clergy should get the facts about church politicking from the source that knows the law the best: The IRS.
In many cases private annuities are an excellent vehicle to transfer assets to a related party and not run afoul of
the Medicaid eligibility rules.
If the entity is switched often between branch and partnership solely to change the source of income, the constant recharacterization may run afoul of
the anti-abuse rule in Regs.
On the exceptions side, Justice Lehner stated that the law might be unconstitutional "as applied," meaning specific instances might run afoul of
Bush's re-election team to obtain church directories could cause the houses of worship to run afoul of
federal tax law, officials with the Internal Revenue Service say.