6015(e)(1) and that Congress allowed a court to review a petition seeking equitable relief only when the (1) IRS has asserted
a deficiency against the individual; (2) individual has affirmatively elected to have Sec.
The report asserted
that restoration efforts for the Great Lakes lack leadership and organization, and require a comprehensive strategy similar to ecosystem restoration projects in South Florida and the Chesapeake Bay.
I think that we've made huge leaps in several areas," Cowan asserted
, noting that military medicine across DoD serves more than 8 million customers, including family members and retirees.
In a written statement, Hoots asserted
that "Nate's action speaks well for his personal integrity," and "reveals that sportsmanship is alive and well in the CS8 Conference.
Under the new rules, any medical malpractice lawsuit against a health care provider must be filed in the county where the cause of action occurred, regardless of the number of defendants or other claims asserted
The Cuzco elites asserted
that they were not at fault for the unrest, since it was the bad gamonales who incited the Indians to revolt.
On the other hand, if the Web site is accepting orders for the product, some courts might view that activity as transacting business, and jurisdiction might be asserted
over disputes arising from these transactions.
On appeal, the plaintiff asserted
, among other things, that the officer's action in firing at the vehicle violated the department's policy which explicitly prohibited shooting at moving vehicles and using deadly force to apprehend suspected misdemeanants.
The nephew asserted
that his parents had also lived in the apartment with the tenant at the time the nephew was born and that they all resided together in the apartment until the nephew was six years old and he and his parents moved to Puerto Rico.
A top priority asserted
by Brown during that interview: "MBDA must have clear and aggressive leadership.
Throughout history, women asserted
this right, or, as Lerner puts it, sought "authorization," by several means.