prefile

prefile

(priːˈfaɪl)
adj
(Law) US relating to an investigation conducted before filing a charge
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"Taxpayer submission of issues into these prefile programs also provides the IRS a valuable window into current types of taxpayer transactions and issues--often months and years before the IRS might see the issue on a tax return," they explain.
During the months-long prefile period, the sponsor compiles specific baseline information on the project and the surrounding environment.
Their new-found relevance emboldened Republicans to prefile a dozen bills dealing with tax relief.
.21 .41 PREFILE The length of time (in 100's of days) the firm's rates had been in effect prior to the time of filing.
For the variables which influence the commission's choice of t and p in (6) we employ a dummy variable indicating that interim rate relief was granted (INTERIM), the length of time between previous rate adjustments (PREFILE), and the utility's requested rate increase (REQREV).
PREFILE. Joskow |11~ has argued that one of a regulatory commission's objectives is to minimize conflict and criticism.
The variables RATEBASE, INTERIM, INFL, AROR, PREFILE, and REQREV should have a positive impact on AUTREV due to rate base regulation.
As expected, the coefficient on PREFILE was negative and significant in both models.
Examining variables with significant coefficients from the polynomial hazard regression model we obtain ratios of 4.78 for BUDGET, 2.15 for PREFILE, and 1.83 for APPOINT relative to AROR.
It may be likely that the successor prefiles the oath of office and has the commission issued [prior to January 8].
"The suspension order is temporary until BNMI is able to implement systematic mining and clean-up and relocation of ore prefiles to designated stockpile areas," said Benguet.