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SOLSadly Outta Luck (polite form)
SOLSolution
SOLSoluble (chemistry)
SOLSource of Light (Miami, Florida rock band)
SOLSigns of Life (Steven Curtis Chapman album)
SOLStart of Life
SOLSolenoid
SOLStaff of Light (gaming)
SOLStatue of Liberty (New York City)
SOLSpeed of Light
SOLSigns of Love
SOLSafety-of-Life (various organizations)
SOLStandard of Living
SOLSooner Or Later
SOLStandards Of Learning
SOLSolicitation
SOLSecretary of Labor
SOLStandards of Law
SOLSeasons of Love (movie)
SOLSanctity of Life
SOLSons of Liberty
SOLStatute of Limitations
SOLSolola (Guatemala territorial division)
SOLSolana Beach (Amtrak station code; Solana Beach, CA)
SOLSoleus (muscle)
SOLSchool of Leadership (various locations)
SOLSuperOnline (ISP)
SOLState Owned Land (various locations)
SOLSolomon Airlines (ICAO code)
SOLStandards Of Leadership
SOLOffice of the Solicitor (US Department of Labor)
SOLShadows of Luclin (Everquest expansion)
SOLSummer of Love
SOLStatement of Liability
SOLShout Out Loud (internet chat)
SOLStatute of Limitations (legal term)
SOLSerial Over LAN (Local Area Network; computer science)
SOLScrape-Off Layer (plasma)
SOLSatellite Of Love
SOLSticker on Label (records)
SOL[not an acronym] (Mars solar day)
SOLScandinavia Online
SOLSociety for Organizational Learning
SOLSex Out Loud (sexual health resource)
SOLScotland Online
SOLSpace-Occupying Lesion (medical)
SOLSkilled Occupation List (Australia)
SOLSimply Out of Luck (polite form)
SOLSdl Object Layer
SOLShared Object Layer
SOLSerial on Line
SOLStandard Object Layer
SOLSmall Out Line
SOLSpatial Object Library
SOLSerial over Lan
SOLShort-Open-Load (microwave calibration method)
SOLSound of Life
SOLShipowner's Liability
SOLSpontaneous Onset of Labor
SOLScottish Omnibuses Ltd.
SOLSymphony of Light (Online Gaming Community)
SOLSuda on Line
SOLSorry One Liner
SOLStandard Operating Level (electronics)
SOLSupported Open Learning (UK)
SOLShort on Luck
SOLServer Optimized Linux (software)
SOLSimulation Oriented Language
SOLService d'Ordre Legionnaire (French force in WWII)
SOLStruck Out Looking (baseball)
SOLScreaming out Loud
SOLService Opportunities in Leadership
SOLScenario Overlay (gaming, Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter PS2)
SOLShoot-Out Loss
SOLSystem Off Line
SOLSystem Operating Limit (North American Electric Reliability Council)
SOLSolutions in Organisations Linkup
SOLSeal of Light (gaming, world of warcraft)
SOLSurvive Outdoors Longer (Adventure Medical Survival Pak)
SOLSmall Out-Line Integrated Circuit
SOLSemantic Operating Language
SOLSafe Operating Limit
SOLSmile Out Loud
SOLStuff Outta Luck (polite form)
SOLSorta Outta Luck
SOLSpecial Olympics Louisiana
SOLSobbing Out Loud
SOLShort On Landing
SOLSockolet (pipe fitting)
SOLSamurai of Legend
SOLSomewhat Out of Luck
SOLStatic on Line
SOLSwear Out Loud
SOLSubculture of Live (fan club for the band Live)
SOLSaudi On Line
SOLStoked on Life Productions
SOLSequence Order List
SOLSistema de Operaciones en Linea (Peru)
SOLSynchronous On-Line (curriculum)
SOLStricken Off Leave (legal)
SOLSighthounds on the Lam
SOLSecond-Order Closed Loop
SOLSoftware Object Library
SOLShazzam - Outta Luck (Gomer Pyle polite form)
SOLSoul of Lineage (game)
SOLSeafarer's Open Learning System
SOLSpirit of Liberation Foundation
SOLStricken on Leave
SOLStoppages of Off & Leave
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On appeal by the state, the Court of Appeals reasoned that Section 15-1 creates a two-year statute of limitations for certain misdemeanors because it provides, in part, that "all misdemeanors except malicious misdemeanors, shall be presented or found by the grand jury within two years after the commission of the same." It held that the state had two years to either prosecute the case or issue a warrant, indictment, or presentment that would toll the statute of limitations, and it failed to do so.
Reis claimed that because ATCO allegedly used a legitimate username and password issued to a different company, Ernst & Young, that Reis did not suspect fraudulent conduct until a later date, which fell under the statute of limitations.
In this order, the court acknowledged the "split of authority" in the Appellate Division with respect to this statute of limitations question, and deemed controlling the Second Department case law applying a six-year statute of limitations in cases such as this one on the ground that "no-fault matters...
(9) Moreover, subsection (2) provides that "'no disability or other reason shall toll the running of any statute of limitations' except as expressly authorized by this statute." (10) As such, if no specific statutory authorization has been legislatively provided, Florida courts may not by judicial fiat toll the legislatively mandated statutes of limitations.
TEI maintains unless a taxpayer has signed an agreement extending/modifying the jurisdiction's statute of limitation, the jurisdiction's assessment should be limited to the impact of the federal changes on the taxpayer's tax liability.
Mitch Greenlick, D-Portland, has said he's puzzled about how to determine the correct statute of limitations, saying, "It turns out, there isn't any way to decide in any systematic way how you balance the crime with the statute of limitations." Sen.
Anderson's lawyers said in court filings that the Texas State Bar's claims that the former district attorney violated state ethics rules in the 1987 prosecution of Michael Morton are barred by the statute of limitations.
In Turkey, the statute of limitations is 30 years for crimes necessitating an aggravated life sentence, 25 years for crimes calling for a life sentence, 20 years for crimes requiring a 20-year prison sentence, 15 years for crimes warranting a sentence of up to 15 years and five years for crimes entailing eight years.
Opposition politician Antonio di Pietro said: "Once again, the statute of limitations has saved Berlusconi from his responsibility."
The applicable statute of limitations for an appraisal-related claim varies depending on the type of claim (negligence, fraud or breach of contract), where the claim is filed and, in a few cases, who is making the claim.
Filing the FTB return will start the statute of limitations, as it would be considered as filing a use tax return.