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STATStatus
STATStatistic(s)
STATStatim (Latin: Immediately [medical])
STATStatistical (mathematics)
STATStatutes at Large (IRB)
STATStatutes (legal)
STATSignal Transducer and Activator of Transcription
STATPhotostat
STATSociety of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
STATStatistics Austria (government bureau)
STATScience Teachers Association of Texas
STATStop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco
STATShort Turn-Around Time
STATSecurity Threat Avoidance Technology (Harris Corporation)
STATStanding Tall and Talented (nickname for basketball player Amare Stoudemire)
STATSecurity Test and Analysis Tool
STATState Transition Analysis Technique
STATShort Term Assessment and Treatment
STATScience and Technology Assistance Team
STATSlotted Tube Atom Trap
STATStratospheric Tracers of Atmospheric Transport
STATSooner Than Already There :-)
STATSituation Triage and Assessment Team
STATSpace Telescope Astrometry Team
STATStafford Aquatic Team (swim team)
STATStudent Trial Advocacy Team
STATStudents Teaching Anti-Tobacco
STATSmall Transport Aircraft Technology
STATSuperfund Technical Assessment Team
STATSome Time After Tomorrow (humor)
STATSubstance Testing Applications and Technology
STATSouthern Tier Alternative Therapies, Inc. (Binghamton, NY)
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State and Local Tax Policy Statement Regarding Statutes of Limitation
While the contracts clause creates a general rule against new statutes impairing existing declarations, there are, of course, exceptions to the rule.
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals erroneously interpreted the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA, commonly known as "Superfund") Section 309 to eviscerate federal preemption language and the effect of state statutes of repose for products' manufacturers.
If the government's interest in prosecuting crimes, and the goals of just deserts and victims' rights were the only considerations, statutes of limitations might well be "arbitrary," but other weighty considerations argue in favor of having time-bars to prosecution.
By now, every attorney practicing in the area of workers' compensation knows about Florida Statute [section]440.
All of the statutes share a common theme: Before a homeowner may file a legal action--or, in some states, commence an arbitration--against a builder seeking relief for construction defects, the homeowner must give written notice to the builder for the claimed defects and provide a fair opportunity to the builder to remedy the defects.
He noted that the statutes were reviewed by boards of directors of the literary clubs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Statutes at Large series often is available at large libraries.
Executive agencies, on the other hand, must stay within the limits of procedural statutes and enabling legislation.
The Constitution establishes that statutes enacted by Congress with the concurrence of the President (or over his veto) have no less weight than treaties made by the President with the advice and consent of two-thirds of the Senate.
Managing the statute of limitations (SOL) on assessment can be complicated, particularly for partnerships and partners.
This article proposes a new approach to resolving a true conflict between the statutes of different states.