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, those two positions should in principle be answered in the light of the same arguments.
3.2 On Objective and Subjective Necessary Conditions in Relation to Subsequent Information
What significance events after the decisive moment have for the assessment of the situation at the decisive moment, and what events that are to be taken into account, may vary depending on what, according to the respective tax rules, should have been the case (the necessary conditions). Therefore, in order to win full precision in handling the temporal issues regarding tax law
Presented article contributes to the extensive discussion over the mutual relationship between serious human rights violations (violation of ius cogens) and the law of state immunity. Th e structure of article derives from the argumentation presented by Germany and Italy in current dispute before the International Court of Justice. Author focuses his attention on delimitation of existing international legal framework and particularly on assessment of friction areas in German and Italian submissions. Three separate issues are analyzed: temporal, territorial and material.
BARTKÓ, Róbert: Changing on the Principle of Legality in the Hungarian legal Fight against the Irregular Migration. International Journal of Current Advanced Research Vol. 6. issue 8. 2017. pp. 5352-5354.
BARTKÓ, Róbert: The principle of fair trial with special reference to the temporal scope of the Hunarian Act on Criminal Procedure. In. Daniela Cickanová, Ivana Hapcová, Vladislav Micatek (edit.): BRATISLAVA LEGAL FORUM 2015. Collection of Papers from the International Academic Conference Bratislava Legal Forum 2015
express mention of those two by name, yet I believe they are seldom found among the crimes presented: For what reason I cannot conceive, unless it be, that the laws of the state have appointed temporal penalties for them. But as there is nothing in those laws that has taken away the authority of the Church, so is there no cause why the exercise of that authority in these particulars should be discontinued; at least, till we see the temporal laws executed with greater zeal and better effect. Edmund Gibson, Directions Given to the Clergy of the Diocese of London, in the
, restraining, abrogating, repealing, reviving, and expounding of laws, concerning matters of all possible denominations, ecclesiastical or temporal, civil, military, maritime, or criminal: this being the place where that absolute despotic power, which must in all governments reside somewhere, is entrusted by the constitution of these kingdoms. W ILLIAM B LACKSTONE , B LACKSTONE ’ S C OMMENTARIES . (Philadelphia: William Young Burch, 1803), Book I, 160. This edition includes extensive commentary by St. George Tucker with notes of reference to the Federal and Virginia State
There is also a temporal dimension in tax. Bracket creep, when increases in wage move workers into higher marginal tax rates, is an important part of any slow, ongoing increased taxation on workers and possibly, depending on the level of wage increases, decreasing or helping to decrease after tax living standards, too. The introduction of the GST in Australia from 1 July, 2000, is a case in point. It was accompanied by income tax cuts whose value was eroded over time through bracket creep. One estimate is that by 2005/2006, bracket creep had clawed back $3.8 billion