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onerous

Law (of a contract, lease, etc.) having or involving burdens or obligations that counterbalance or outweigh the advantages
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The right to contract for onerous rendering of services on the maintenance and preventive maintenance planning system for remote control of electric power supply buildings "with UES the operating zone of the South (JSC" EES ")
In holding for the taxpayer, the court noted that its appellate circuit, the Sixth, had allowed a business deduction for the cost of buying out an onerous lease in Cleveland Allerton (36 AFTR 862 (1948)).
Average total tax burden in Colorado as a percentage of income, the 23rd most onerous in the U.
Commercial property tenants trying to renew leases with landlords are having to fight off unlawful attempts to impose more onerous terms on them, warns Black Country law firm George Green.
In their opinion, the Oak Ridge facility would continue to provide the least onerous and restrictive setting at this time.
That the proposal enjoys widespread support among the vast majority of ACLI members underscores how onerous they believe the current state-based regulatory model to be, he added.
Forcing all remodeling firms to comply with onerous new rules even when there is a low likelihood of exposure is a waste of money and time that would be better spent on targeted prevention and eradication efforts.
In addition to being an essential resource for anyone engaged or interested in the tax reform debate, the report provides a clear understanding of the issues and alternatives involved, details particular tax provisions that should be looked at closely and explains some of the most onerous problems taxpayers may face during what the AICPA believes will be a very difficult transition from one system to the next.
We've got a regulatory environment that is onerous, and I sometimes worry that shareholders pay a dear price.
Disciplining, reporting, monitoring, and/or terminating impaired physicians ranks among the most onerous duties I have faced as a physician executive.
Requirements not directly related to forestry, such as community sustainability projects, make them more onerous as well time consuming.
84 per cent of respondents said directors' responsibilities are substantially more onerous now than they were five years ago.