There is so little they can do that the only sanction is to exclude
on a permanent or temporary basis."
Previously, the most an individual could exclude
from income was $80,000.
Would the Department consider legislation to change the definition of a salary deferral arrangement in order to exclude
stock-based compensation that provides for symmetrical treatment on the timing of the deduction to the employer and the inclusion of the income to the employee?
Although judges have always been permitted to preview and exclude
expert evidence, relatively few exercised this right prior to a trio of U.S.
Most researchers exclude
people who know they are sick before they enter a study on the risk of dying.
Christian churches do not exclude
from the table those who have physical ailments or psychological troubles.
By a 2-to-1 vote, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the state agency's decision, holding that it "facially discriminates on the basis of religion." The state "may not offer a benefit to all," the Court concluded, "but exclude
some on the basis of religion." If the Supreme Court, as many expect, agrees with this reasoning, it would seem to follow that excluding religious schools from voucher programs is also unconstitutional.
However, Jane may exclude
the remaining $11,000 gain because she is not required to allocate any gain to the business use since both the property's residential and business portions are within the same dwelling unit.
What this approach tends to exclude
is the plurality of values and perspectives that shape particular moral communities.
A limited warranty sufficient to exclude
or modify a housing merchant implied warranty must be written in plain English and must clearly disclose that the warranty is a limited warranty which limits implied warranties on the sale of the new home and the words "limited warranty" must be clearly and conspicuously captioned at the beginning of the warranty document.
Moreover, the self yearns to rediscover its basic identity with God, a unity that happens to exclude
other people who are "different" or relegate them to lower levels of a developmental hierarchy.
Local education authorities in England and Wales exclude
more than 12,000 children a year from school.