nonfulfillment


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non•ful•fill•ment

(ˌnɒn fʊlˈfɪl mənt)

n.
1. neglect or failure to fulfill or carry out as required.
2. lack of fulfillment.
[1795–1805]
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The basis of such a proceeding, which could be initiated by the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) before the SC, is the supposed nonfulfillment of the requirements of the post as set by the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC), suspended lawyer Eligio Mallari said.
The majority of judges have also declared that Article 62 (1) (f) of the constitution will be applied on the nonfulfillment of legal obligations by any parliamentarian.
The Philippines will experience impaired international relations due to nonfulfillment of international commitment as an Asean member country,' Herbosa said, adding that the country would be perceived as an uncooperative jurisdiction.
very little difference between nonfulfillment and intrusion in applying
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According to article II of this law, it was regulated that the subsidiaries were forced modify the name within two years, if at the time of the adoption they had a different name from the mother-association; in case of nonfulfillment of the obligation they will be dissolved by law, and finding dissolution will be realized at the decision of the court in whose jurisdiction the subsidiary's office is located.
Basically, this principle implies that nonfulfillment of respective obligations is a breach of the pact.
Questioning the power of God can cause disillusion, dissatisfaction and nonfulfillment, which in turn leads to social isolation, while attributing punishment to the devil can cause fear and anxiety.
Gazprom is not keen to invest EUR 700-800mn (USD 787-899mn) in a coal development project and power station in Northern Greece, which the country has suggested as compensation for the nonfulfillment of agreements on gas supplies between Greece and the USSR back in the 1980s, Kommersant reports.
Iran filed an almost $4 billion lawsuit against Russia at the Geneva Court of Arbitration over Russia's nonfulfillment of the contract.
temporary nonfulfillment of obligations by a State with respect to