Buford, 11-10-00033-CV TXCA11 (12/16/2010) CASE FACTS: Should immunity or exemption from liability be determined by whether tangible personal property is used to treat?
What does TPP stand for?
TPP stands for Tangible Personal Property (taxation)
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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- The Phantom of the Opera (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
- The Proof of the Pudding Is in the Eating
- The President of the United States of America
- Travel Photographer of the Year (UK)
- Teachable Point of View
- Transaction Processing Over XML
- Tabung Pinjaman Pelajaran
- Tai Poutini Polytechnic (New Zealand)
- Tallgrass Prairie Preserve (Oklahoma)
- Tangential Proper Part of (spatial reasoning)
- Tape Preparation Program
- Tarapoto, Peru - Tarapoto (Airport Code)
- Target Product Profile (US regulatory drug development)
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- Teach Pendant Program
- Teacher Professional Partnership
- Technical Partner Programme
- Technical Performance Plan
- Technical Project Planning (US Army Corps of Engineers)
- Techno Plastic Products AG (Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
25135: Adopts the "Finnigan" rule in assigning sales from tangible personal property R&TC Sec.
The seller either can (1) work with the purchaser to produce the correct apportionment, then collect and remit sales/use tax to the appropriate jurisdictions based on that apportionment; or (2) collect and remit the tax based on the regular destination-sourcing rules for tangible personal property contained in SSUTA Section 310.
The court held, inter alia, that the claim that the "non-use" of tangible personal property waives sovereign immunity has been expressly rejected by Texas courts.
Tangible personal property that is used by the donee in a manner unrelated to the donee's exempt (or governmental) purpose; and 3.
In HCA, the Tax Court ruled that if property would have qualified as tangible personal property for investment tax credit purposes, it is properly classified as Sec.
1031(a)-2(b)(2) generally provides that property within a General Asset Class consists of depreciable tangible personal property described in one of certain asset classes in Rev.