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What does RSP stand for?

RSP stands for Relevant Statutory Provision (UK)

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  • Military and Government

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Recognizing these facts, in a new study released today, Outliving its Usefulness: A Law and Economics Argument for Sunset of Section 629, the Phoenix Center outlines sound legal, economic and evidentiary arguments to support a sunset of Section 629 under the relevant statutory provisions.
They were told it was taken in accordance with relevant statutory provisions and case law and the DPP was not required to state reasons for the decision.
Although the application of the Communications Excise Tax to various other services may be appropriate under the relevant statutory provisions, the lawsuit alleges that the Internal Revenue Service has ignored the clear statutory requirements in section 4252(b)(1) in ruling that, despite the "literal" language of section 4252(b)(1), the Communications Excise Tax still should apply to tax call-by-call charges even if those charges do not vary based on distance.
In sum, the relevant statutory provisions provide V no basis on which to restructure its reported regular taxable income when calculating AMT liability.
Solicitor Hewitt, who specializes in mental health law, provides case studies and examples to help make sense of the relevant statutory provisions.