Adjective(1) descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on the effects of events or stimuli or process that occurred previously(2) affecting things past
(1) The lower rates are retroactive to May 6, so dividends collected or gains realized before then are taxed at the old rates.(2) At issue is retroactive overtime pay for employees who have been incorrectly classified as managers, and thereby excluded from overtime compensation.(3) The constitution was amended again in 1996 to set new limits on the presidency (including a retroactive two-term limit, and a requirement that both parents of a candidate be Zambian-born).(4) Although they were indeed concerned that the application was retroactive , Council members were more concerned that Bill was potentially putting the profession's reputation at risk by hiring Joe to undertake audit work.(5) His contract was retroactive to July 2002, but it wasn't disclosed until September, when sighs of relief greeted the public announcement that a leader had been found for the floundering company.(6) As the Respondent's income has declined since separation, in my view it is appropriate that this amount be retroactive from the date of separation.(7) There has been considerable case law on the issue of retroactive payments recently.(8) I order him to pay his portion of the special expenses on the first day of each month, retroactive to November 15, 1999 with credit to him for payments made to date.(9) If by the end of fiscal 2002 sales have outstripped the cutbacks in compensation, LaMagna will distribute the difference as retroactive raises.(10) That order had also addressed the applicant's claim for retroactive spousal support, and costs.(11) The insurer had just what Brightpoint needed: a retroactive insurance policy for which Brightpoint would pay monthly premiums for three years, say the documents.(12) During the argument in the case last October, some justices seemed bothered by the retroactive extension but they also were concerned about their standing to overturn it.(13) A new 10% bracket for low-income families, for example, would be retroactive to Jan. 1, 2001.(14) That jump reflected March legislation that gave corporations a generous, one-time, retroactive allowance for depreciation.(15) The legislation isn't retroactive , so even if the bill is adopted, borrowers who have already consolidated won't be affected.(16) One retroactive requirement, for instance, is for full sprinkler protection of any office building higher than 100 feet by January 1, 2019.
(1) retroactive effect :: 遡及効果
1. retro ::
2. ex post facto ::
Different Formsretroactive, retroactively
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