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  • 61Civil Unions Act 2006 — The Civil Unions Act 2006 (ACT) was an Act of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly which established civil unions for same sex or opposite sex couples that allowed for equal legal recognition with marriage under territory law.… …

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  • 62New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 — The New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 (15 16 Vict. c. 72) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that granted self government to the colony of New Zealand. It was the second such Act, the previous 1846 Act not having been fully… …

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  • 63Income tax in India — The Indian Income Tax department is governed by the Central Board for Direct Taxes (CBDT) and is part of the Department of Revenue under the Ministry of Finance.The government of India imposes an income tax on taxable income of individuals, Hindu …

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  • 64Beauregard v. Canada — ! bgcolor= 6699FF | Case opinions Beauregard v. Canada [1986] 2 S.C.R. 56 was a decision by the Supreme Court of Canada on judicial independence. Notably, the Court found that judicial independence is based partly in an unwritten constitution,… …

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  • 65Council On State Taxation — The Council On State Taxation (COST) is an American non profit trade association based in Washington, D.C. having over 500 member multi state corporations engaged in interstate and international business.Citation |author= Turner, Timothy J. |year …

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  • 66Corporate tax in the United States — Part of a series on Taxation Taxation in the United States …

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  • 67Like-kind exchange — A like kind exchange is a United States tax deferred exchange that allows for the disposal of an asset and the acquisition of another similar asset without generating a tax liability from the sale of the first asset. A like kind exchange can… …

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  • 68Pevsner v. Commissioner — is a case that dealt with the issue of whether clothes purchased solely for use at work could be treated as a business expense deduction on a taxpayer s federal income tax return. The Fifth Circuit held that the test of whether clothes worn at… …

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  • 69Common Schools Act of 1871 — The Common Schools Act of 1871 was legislation of the Canadian Province of New Brunswick, passed by the 22nd New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, which replaced the Parish Schools Act of 1858. The legislation aimed to abolish church run schooling… …

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  • 70Constitution of the Philippines — Created 1986 Ratified February 2, 1987 Authors Cecilia Muñoz Palma (deceased) …

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  • 71disallow — disallowable, adj. disallowableness, n. disallowance, n. /dis euh low /, v.t. 1. to refuse to allow; reject; veto: to disallow a claim for compensation. 2. to refuse to admit the truth or validity of: to disallow the veracity of a report. [1350… …

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  • 72Trade, Board of — I Organized market for the exchange of commodity contracts (see commodity exchange). The Toronto Board of Trade, one of the earliest, was incorporated in 1845. The first grain futures exchange in the U.S. was organized in Chicago in 1848. The… …

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  • 73audit — au·dit / ȯ dət/ n 1: a formal examination of an organization s or an individual s financial records often for the purpose of uncovering fraud or inaccurate tax returns; also: the final report of such an examination 2: a methodical examination… …

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  • 74control — con·trol vt con·trolled, con·trol·ling 1: to exercise restraining or directing influence over esp. by law 2: to have power or authority over precedent control s the outcome in this case 3: to have controlling interest in control n …

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  • 75defeasance — de·fea·sance /di fē zəns/ n [Anglo French defesance, literally, undoing, destruction, from Old French deffesant, present participle of deffaire to destroy, undo see defeat] 1 a: a condition (as in a deed or will) that upon fulfillment terminates… …

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  • 76denial — de·ni·al /di nī əl/ n 1: refusal to grant or allow something denial of due process denial of a motion 2 a: an assertion that an allegation is false b: a defense asserting that an opposing party s allegations are false compare …

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  • 77disclaimer — dis·claim·er /dis klā mər/ n [Anglo French desclamer, from desclamer to disavow, deny, from Old French des , prefix marking reversal + clamer to claim see claim] 1: a refusal or disavowal of something that one has a right to claim; specif: a… …

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  • 78estoppel — es·top·pel /e stä pəl/ n [probably from Middle French estoupail plug, stopper, from estouper to stop up see estop] 1: a bar to the use of contradictory words or acts in asserting a claim or right against another; esp: equitable estoppel in this… …

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  • 79notice — no·tice 1 n 1 a: a notification or communication of a fact, claim, demand, or proceeding see also process, service ◇ The requirements of when, how, and what notice must be given to a person are often prescribed by a statute, rule, or contract. b …

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  • 80prohibition — pro·hi·bi·tion /ˌprō ə bi shən/ n 1 a: an extraordinary writ issued by a higher court commanding an inferior court to keep within its proper jurisdiction (as by ceasing a prosecution) b: an order to refrain or stop 2 a: something (as a law) that… …

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