nonenforcement

nonenforcement

(ˌnɒnɪnˈfɔːsmənt)
n
the lack of enforcement, esp in law enforcement
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The critique may have particular resonance with the growing number of people concerned with the use of executive action or nonenforcement to accomplish what Congress refuses to do.
evolving policy of nonenforcement in states with legal marijuana.
THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION'S UNPRECEDENTED NONENFORCEMENT OF FEDERAL LAW
Chumo said Kenya has good environmental regulations to deal with pollution and encorachment but the biggest problem is nonenforcement.
There was widespread nonenforcement of the US Supreme Court decision in the northern states, which eventually led to war.
But as Fred Reish, partner in Drinker Biddle & Reath's employee benefits and executive compensation practice group in Los Angeles, noted, he wants to see "if any additional conditions are imposed and whether the nonenforcement policy is extended," under the final rule that's approved by OMB.
First, "while the nonenforcement policy is in effect, if the financial institution, e.
Although the Obama administration chose a policy of nonenforcement in legalized states, there is a new presidential administration and attorney general.
Fortunately, the DOL has announced a nonenforcement policy saying it will not penalize those who are "working diligently and in good faith" to comply with the fiduciary rule during the transition period.
court agreements absent strong reasons for nonenforcement (49) --the
83) The rationale favoring audit risk disclosure is entirely consistent with the obligation to explain this nonenforcement policy to a taxpayer.
These were a nonenforcement policy on the rule, found in Field Assistance Bulletin (FAB) No.