noncomplying

noncomplying

(ˌnɒnkəmˈplaɪɪŋ)
n
the failure to comply; non-compliance
adj
failing to comply with a regulation
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Therefore, noncomplying building conditions may actually be legal, having been officially approved at the time of construction.
against the most egregious, noncomplying claimants are effective, (2) it
Instead, it simply jammed the policy through by sending out a 'Dear Colleague' letter, including an explicit threat that noncomplying schools could lose federal funding.
As reported, the technical bid proposal of Daewoo Engineering and Construction was incomplete and noncomplying.
In the event that the person, firm, or corporation to whom said contract may be awarded fails, neglects, or refuses to enter into contract to furnish said equipment, materials or services, as hereinbefore provided within thirty (30) days of award, then the cashier%s check, or certified check and the amount therein mentioned, accompanying the bid of said person, firm, or corporation, shall be declared to be forfeited to said City; or, if noncomplying bidder has accompanied their bid with a bidder%s bond, appropriate legal action to collect the bidder%s bond, shall be undertaken.
1989) (articulating a four-factor test that includes "whether the noncomplying party acted in bad faith" but no criteria regarding the public interest in resolving cases on the merits).
decision, if a small business that provided health insurance to a few employees objected to the contraceptive mandate, the Affordable Care Act allowed it to either: (a) stop providing insurance and place itself at a competitive disadvantage in attracting employees; or (b) pay crippling fines for providing noncomplying insurance.
Noncomplying entities could face stiff fines and regulatory action (which is criminal) and their audited financial statements could be materially affected.
Part V looks at additional NAFTA remedies, specifically appellate review of Chapter Twenty decisions, and an assessment of compensatory damages against a noncomplying party.
Committee members ultimately decided they wanted more information, including the source and accuracy of Gorman's list of noncomplying referral services.
preventing the noncomplying party from presenting evidence on issues
113) The Court concluded that the ACA substantially burdened the corporations by imposing large fees on noncomplying corporations.