inobservance


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in·ob·ser·vance

 (ĭn′əb-zûr′vəns)
n.
1. Lack of heed or attention; disregard.
2. Nonobservance, as of a law or custom.

in′ob·ser′vant adj.

inobservance

(ˌɪnəbˈzɜːvəns)
n
1. heedlessness
2. (Law) lack of compliance with or adherence to a law, religious duty, etc
ˌinobˈservant adj
ˌinobˈservantly adv
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In any case, the objective of protecting investors, depositors, policy holders, and creditors of fiduciary duties, and the integrity and stability of the system as a whole, is regarded as crucial enough for prudential measures to ignore, or justify the inobservance of, GATS obligations.
It is necessary to toughen order in mining sector as it suffers from inobservance of a law, Director of the State Agency for Geology and Mineral Resources of Kyrgyzstan Duishenbek Zilaliyev commented suspension of 35 licenses of companies for failure to submit reports for 2013 and program for mining development in 2014.
Frequently, the zone of such intersections represents inobservance of horizontal marking requirements where inadmissible manoeuvres are made within the intersection zone (overtaking, increase of turning radii when entering or exiting the minor road) (Levinson et al.
The lack of this principle from the Tax Code and, therefore, its inobservance, conscious or not, has led to macroeconomic imbalances that have become even more evident in the context of economic global crisis.
D'autres etudes sur le rapport entre medias et inobservance seraient donc souhaitables.
Yet, this is explicable for those who live (or lived) in the rural environment, as there are still some vivid behaviour norms imposed by the church whose inobservance bring about the others' reprehensure, even if only formally.