principle of uniformity


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principle of uniformity

[′prin·sə·pəl əv ‚yü·nə′fȯr·məd·ē]
(geology)
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Apart from being "prejudicial" to investors and infringing on the right to privacy, petitioners argued that this was in violation of the principle of uniformity of taxation and existing legal requirements, "impossible" to comply with and would "not serve any useful purpose.
He argued that the Cypriot wider public sector operates on a principle of uniformity, where employees are afforded equal treatment throughout the wider sector.
Anaxagoras' homoeomeric doctrine endorses a Principle of Uniformity which affects the history of the causal tradition as his doctrine of Mind influences the teleological tradition.
The court used this principle of uniformity in determining that both subjective intent and parol evidence of this subjective intent had to be examined before a finding for either party could be made.
The decision in MCC-Marble establishes precedent by using noted scholars to assist the interpretation of the CISG,(193) recognizing the principle of uniformity of the CISG,(194) citing to an internet source which other U.
This in spite of the fact that -yki is not identical to the second person verbal marker -nki, which leads to a violation of the principle of uniformity.
The principle of uniformity, in which all property in a district is valued and taxed alike, is part of the ideal property tax system.
States challenging unfunded mandates may gain an additional foothold by focusing on the constitutional principle of uniformity and showing how some states have been forced to carry a disproportionate burden of the costs of complying with these programs.

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