unfiled

unfiled

(ʌnˈfaɪld)
adj
not filed
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The Supreme Court held that the as-yet unfiled tax returns of Appellants/Debtors Elizabeth Shifflett and Cassandra Deane were not subject to a writ of fieri facias issued by Appellees/Creditors Latitude Properties Inc.
It also included an unfiled draft legislation that would grant immunity to the Marcoses.
This aspect proceeded fairly quickly without doing any mischief to the overall symmetry of the octagonal barrel, even though the flats in contact with the stock are left unfiled.
Most of us can recite submissions by categories, filed and unfiled numbers, attorney caseloads, jury and judge tried cases and numbers from different submitting law enforcement agencies.
The Court of Appeals held that a served but unfiled civil actions dismissal, which occurs automatically upon the one-year complaint-filing deadline of rule 5.
Claimants eligible to opt-in to the settlement program, under certain conditions, include those with claims already filed in court (currently almost 2300 cases) and those with certain unfiled claims.
The standard group named Unfiled contains references not yet assigned to one of the other groups.
If you have lost or misplaced past years' records, we can order a transcript from the IRS that includes the information reported from various sources for each unfiled year.
Potential penalties for non-compliance with BEA reporting obligations include financial penalties of up to $25,000 per reporter and form unfiled, subject to inflationary adjustments and potential jail time for officers, directors, employees or agents engaging in willful non-compliance.
Tax Defense Network[R] is a national tax resolution company that assists taxpayers with state and IRS tax issues such as tax debt, unfiled returns, wage garnishments, bank account levy and more.
The reasons are as varied as the list is long, but the unfortunate truth is that many basic human rights become unavailable with an unfiled birth certificate.